Q & A: Is Electrodiagnostic Testing or Neuromuscular Ultrasound Superior in Diagnosing Peripheral Neuropathy?
Q: Which test is better with localization of the lesion? A: Electrodiagnostic (EDX) testing remains the gold standard in diagnosing focal neuropathies. It can provide useful differential diagnosis information to determine the site of lesion responsible for hand and foot numbness, e.g., median neuropathy at the wrist versus cervical radiculopathy. On the other hand, ultrasound […]