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to run and control (a motor vehicle)

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machine that converts other forms of energy into mechanical energy and so imparts motion

a nonspecific agent that imparts motion

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travel or be transported in a vehicle

conveying information to the muscles from the CNS

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causing or able to cause motion

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In the literature, L-I motor nerve conduction studies (NCS) performed with median-ulnar nerve stimulation were often compared with median sensory or median motor studies.
Motor Nerve Conduction Studies Distal Other Recording Onset Latency (ms) Nerve Stimulation Stimulation Site Site Sites ULN 125 150 % % Medial Wrist Elbow APB <4.
Table 2 compares the motor nerve conduction parameters such as DL, amplitude of CMAP, and MNCV between patients with IDA and normal participants and shows a statistically significant increase in DL of the median and posterior tibial nerves in patients with IDA.
sup][2],[3] On the basis of median motor nerve conduction velocity (MCV), CMT is classified into Type 1 (CMT1; demyelinating, MCV <38 m/s; slower nerve conduction) and Type 2 (CMT2; axonal, MCV >38 m/s; slower nerve conduction).
concordance between VMT results and motor nerve conduction was good for the ulnar nerve, but very few median and common peroneal nerves with abnormal conduction had an abnormal VMT.
It is clear from these study results that Metanx[R] demonstrated improvements in sensory but not motor nerve conduction.
Compared with placebo, CoQ10 significantly improved the mean neuropathy impairment score, sural sensory nerve amplitude, peroneal motor nerve conduction velocity, ulnar motor nerve conduction velocity, and serum levels of lipid peroxides.
Somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs); sensory nerve conduction velocity (SNCV) and motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV) in chronic renal failure.
effect of tissue temperature and blood flow on motor nerve conduction velocity.
BACKGROUND: It is well known that reducing tissue temperature changes sensory and motor nerve conduction.
Our results suggest that motor nerve conduction was decreased after the nerve block technique in the ducks that exhibited wing droop and decreased wing-flapping ability.
polyneuropathy (paresthesias, stocking-glove sensory loss, hyperactive tendon reflexes, and slowed sensory and motor nerve conduction velocities); and
The NCS measures median and peroneal motor nerve conduction, as well as sural sensory nerve response.