- Dec 19, 2013
- Learn about ALS
Got my EMG report back and wanted to ask if you had any idea what it means? Distal sensory studies to peroneal and sural nerves bilaterally showed a decreased amplitude of the left sensory peroneal nerved with preserved velocity. Distal motor conduction of the peroneal and tibial nerves similarly revealed approx. 50% decrease in amplitude of the left peroneal nerve with no compression at the peroneal head. EMG part with needles- on the right side there was a 1+ positive sharp waves of the right gastrocnemius medius. Do these results sound like ALS? I have leg weakness, and muscle twitches for 2 years. I'm also getting tremors in my fingers and hands.