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The small sensory fibers that carry pain impulses are more sensitive to thermal lesions and can be sufficiently destroyed without compromising touch or motor function (Hickey, 2002).
For example, when there's a stroke in the internal capsule, it might interrupt sensory fibers, motor fibers, and fibers involved in other functions--all of which run very close to one another.
For example, a stroke in the internal capsule might interrupt sensory fibers, motor fibers, and fibers involved in other functions, all running very close to one another.
Grouped fascicular repair is preferred in larger nerves where motor and sensory fibers can be accurately matched.
It's believed that chemical irritation in the mouth and nose is mediated primarily by the trigeminal nerve - the fifth cranial nerve that supplies motor and sensory fibers to the nose, mouth and face.
The nervus intermedius, which is the peripheral part of the facial nerve, has visceral motor and special sensory fibers. First described in 1563, the nerve was referred to as "portio media inter comunicantem faciei et nervum auditorium" by Heinrich August Wrisberg in 1777 (1).
SNAP is obtained by electrically stimulating sensory fibers and recording the nerve action potential at a point further along that nerve.
There was electrophysiologic evidence on this exam of a mild, bilateral (right = left) median mononeuropathy at or distal to the wrist; demyelinating neuropathic process; affecting both motor and sensory fibers; EMG of the left and right abductor pollicis brevis (APB) was normal.