- Jul 2, 2008
- Learn about ALS
I am trying to understand what these results mean, I am getting two conflicting opions from two Dr's. My nerve conduction velocities are pretty much normal everywhere but my left calf, where the atrophy is located. The EMG portion revealed occassional positive sharp waves and fibrillation potentials pretty much everywhere. On the other hand I had no fasciculations, normal motor units, normal recruitment and normal interference pattern everywhere. What does this mean? Is there another name for the SNAP is it the H or F velocities and what would be a normal speed. Thanks in advance for any help.