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Facial Involuntary Movements and Respiratory Failure in CANOMAD, Responsive to IVIG Therapy

Table 1

Nerve conduction studies performed during an exacerbation of CANOMAD.

Motor nerve conduction
NerveLatencyAmplitudeConduction velocity

Median R (wrist)8.9 ms1.3 mV
Median R (elbow)18.5 ms0.8 mV24 m/s
Ulnar R (wrist)4.4 ms6.9 mV
Ulnar R (below elbow)10.4 ms5.7 mV38 m/s
Ulnar R (above elbow)13.4 ms3.3 mV33 m/s
Tibial R (ankle)6.2 ms3.4 mV
Tibial R (popliteal fossa)23.1 ms0.7 mV24 m/s


F waves
NerveM latencyF latency

Ulnar right4.442.7
Ulnar left448
Tibial right5.50
Tibial left 6.976.6


Sensory nerve conduction

Right median, right and left ulnar, left median, left radial, and right and left sural nerves (not recordable)

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