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Figure 1: (a) Nerve conduction study of the left tibial nerve showing reduced CMAP amplitude 5.6 mV (2.5 SD = 10.3 mV) following supramaximal stimulation (100 mA) at both medial malleolus and popliteal fossa, with preserved distal latency (2.3 ms) and conduction velocity (43.8 m/s) suggestive of an axonal pattern. (b) Nerve conduction study of the left peroneal nerve showing reduced CMAP amplitude 1.7 mV (2.5 SD = 10 mV) following supramaximal stimulation (100 mA) at foot and head of fibula, with preserved distal latency (1.8 ms) and conduction velocity (46 m/s) suggestive of an axonal pattern

Figure 1: (a) Nerve conduction study of the left tibial nerve showing reduced CMAP amplitude 5.6 mV (2.5 SD = 10.3 mV) following supramaximal stimulation (100 mA) at both medial malleolus and popliteal fossa, with preserved distal latency (2.3 ms) and conduction velocity (43.8 m/s) suggestive of an axonal pattern. (b) Nerve conduction study of the left peroneal nerve showing reduced CMAP amplitude 1.7 mV (2.5 SD = 10 mV) following supramaximal stimulation (100 mA) at foot and head of fibula, with preserved distal latency (1.8 ms) and conduction velocity (46 m/s) suggestive of an axonal pattern