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Any evaluation for a health problem begins with a medical history and a general physical examination. Your doctor can use this information to narrow...
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A nerve conduction velocity test is often done at the same time as an electromyogram. In this test, the nerve is electrically stimulated while a...
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Initial examinationYour doctor will evaluate your symptoms of leg and back pain using a medical history and physical examination. Your diagnosis will...
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In order to process sounds, electrical impulses are transmitted through nerves from our ears to the brainstem at the base of the brain. An auditory...
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Initial testingNeck pain is usually evaluated with a medical history and physical examination. Your doctor will ask about your symptoms, injuries or...
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Lumbar spinal stenosis can usually be diagnosed based on your history of symptoms, a physical examination, and imaging tests.Imaging tests that may...
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try and get tested,i used to have upper stomach gnaws occassionally that could lead to,diarrhoea  and vomiting,then it clears,and comes back...
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Often, an electromyogram and nerve conduction studies are done to document the extent of nerve damage in carpal tunnel syndrome. An electromyogram is...
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Several tests can be used to evaluate the causes and extent of male sexual problems. They include: Blood tests -- These tests are done to evaluate...
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Two useful clinical tests for diagnosing carpal tunnel syndrome are the Tinel and Phalen maneuvers. Tingling sensations in the fingers caused by...
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When a prolactinoma is found, other tests are often done to assess production of additional hormones from the pituitary gland. Depending on the...
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An electromyogram is often performed when patients have unexplained muscle weakness. The EMG helps to distinguish between muscle conditions in which...