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Table 2 Sensory Nerve Conduction Studies Before and After Influenza A Infection

From: Hyperacute relapse of Lewis-Sumner syndrome during influenza A (H1N1) virus infection

  Before H1N1 infection After H1N1 infection (after 9 days)
Nerve AMP CV AMP CV
Left Median Sensory Nerve (Wrist-Dig II) 5.6uV 56.0 m/s 17.6uV 47.8 m/s
Right Median Sensory Nerve (Wrist-Dig II) 34.0uV 47.9 m/s 26.1uV 55.0 m/s
Left Superficial Radial Nerve (Lateral Forearm-Anatomical Snuffbox) 20.1uV 67.9 m/s 38.4uV 64.9 m/s
Right Superficial Radial Nerve (Lateral Forearm-Anatomical Snuffbox) 0.0uV 0.0 m/s 0.0uV 0.0 m/s
Left Ulnar Sensory Nerve (Wrist-Dig V) 27.0uV 63.8 m/s 29.2uV 50.7 m/s
Right Ulnar Sensory Nerve (Wrist-Dig V) 20.0uV 55.0 m/s 28.8uV 62.8 m/s
Left Superficial Peroneal Sensory Nerve 6.0uV 60.0 m/s 7.1uV 51.7 m/s
Right Superficial Peroneal Sensory Nerve 0.0uV 0.0 m/s 0.0uV 0.0 m/s
Left Sural Sensory Nerve 7.4uV 47.9 m/s 7.5uV 40.2 m/s
Right Sural Sensory Nerve 4.1uV 38.6 m/s 5.3uV 36.2 m/s
  1. AMP Amplitude, CV Conduction velocity, Dig II Second finger, Dig V Fifth finger, ms Milisecond, uV Microvolt