By James W. Lance
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Sears, T . A . and Gilliatt, R . W . , (1959). The range of conduction velocity in normal motor nerve fibres to the small muscles of the hand and foot. J. Neurol. Neurosurg. Psychiat. 2 2 , 1 7 5 - 1 8 1 Neuromuscular disorders THE NEURONE T h e neurone consists of a cell body with its dendrites, and an axon. In the peripheral nervous system, the cell bodies of motor nerves lie in the anterior horns of the grey matter of the spinal cord whereas the cell bodies of sensory nerves he in the dorsal root ganglia.
For example, the tendons on the instep and dorsum of the foot are seen to stand out when plantarflexors are being tested or the hamstrings tendons are felt to become taut while quadriceps power is examined. 4. Abnormal gait in patient with hysterical weakness. 5. Lack of counter-pressure by the hip extensors of the opposite leg when the power of hip flexion is being tested (Hoover's sign). In this illustration of a patient with hysterical paralysis, the heel is not even touching the examiner's hand.
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