Nerve conduction studies

Definition

Nerve conduction studies are tests used to evaluate the electrical conduction in the motor nerves and sensory nerves. Nerve conduction studies are commonly used to evaluate and diagnose disorders that involve weakness or paraesthesia – numbness or unusual tingling or burning sensation.

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    Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is manifested by subtle but significant changes in the brain. Here, Yahata and colleagues devise a novel machine learning algorithm and develop a reliable ASD classifier based on brain functional connectivity, with which they quantitatively measure neuroimaging dimensions between ASD and other mental disorders.

    • Noriaki Yahata
    • , Jun Morimoto
    • , Ryuichiro Hashimoto
    • , Giuseppe Lisi
    • , Kazuhisa Shibata
    • , Yuki Kawakubo
    • , Hitoshi Kuwabara
    • , Miho Kuroda
    • , Takashi Yamada
    • , Fukuda Megumi
    • , Hiroshi Imamizu
    • , José E. Náñez Sr
    • , Hidehiko Takahashi
    • , Yasumasa Okamoto
    • , Kiyoto Kasai
    • , Nobumasa Kato
    • , Yuka Sasaki
    • , Takeo Watanabe
    •  & Mitsuo Kawato