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Is it possible EMGs/NCVs could indicate slightly abnormal or below threshold values, enough to be considered sub-clinical and/or possibly constitute a sub-clinical syndrome....?
(note:specifically in the context of neuromuscular disorders)
Wondering since an orthopeadic surgeon said he was sure I had CMT, verbally reccomending ankle reconstruction (due to rigid pes cavus), until the neurologist said the NCVs/EMGs are normal.
Although the neurologist did note I had a wild physical movement when "shocked" and it took me a long time to settle down.
I have seen the varieties of CMT types but also I had a genetic doc ponder whether it may be a rare NMD.