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Table 2 Nerve Conduction Velocity Testing

From: The effects of diabetes and/or peripheral neuropathy in detecting short postural perturbations in mature adults

Peripheral Nerve Peripheral Neuropathy Group
Mean (std)
N = 32
Neurologically Intact Group
Mean (std)
N = 37
Diabetic Group
Mean (std)
N = 25
NonDiabetic Group
Mean (std)
N = 44
Left Peroneal (m/s) 41.69 (3.98)* 48.00 (2.95) 42.72 (4.04) 46.41 (4.52)
Left Tibial (m/s) 42.06 (3.76)* 46.92 (3.29) 42.84 (4.64) 45.70 (3.68)
Left Sural (m/s) 42.20 (5.74) 43.88 (4.19) 42.11 (6.14) 43.66 (4.24)
Right Peroneal (m/s) 41.97 (3.98)* 47.84 (2.84) 42.40 (4.68)** 46.66 (3.60)
Right Tibial (m/s) 41.50 (3.19)* 46.59 (4.29) 42.40 (4.15) 45.27 (4.52)
Right Sural (m/s) 41.08(4.01)* 44.22 (3.62) 42.00 (4.84) 43.26 (3.64)
  1. * significant main effect for subjects with peripheral neuropathy versus those without peripheral neuropathy, p < 0.05; ** significant main effect for subjects with diabetes versus subjects without diabetes