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  The primary care provider performs sNCT/CPT studies to assist in the differential diagnosis of polyneuropathy, compressive/focal neuropathy and radiculopathy. This electrodiagnostic study is only administered when clinical findings suggest a sensory impairment requiring an objective quantitative assessment. Typically, the study is only conducted once on a trauma patient unless there is the development of new sensory symptoms which warrant an evaluation.  Annual sNCT evaluations for patients at risk for polyneuropathy (e.g., metabolic syndrome, diabetes, hypothyroidism, hepatic or uremic conditions) are recommended to objectively assess the presence or absence of a polyneuropathy. Once sensory abnormalities are detected, annual follow-up examinations may be indicated to quantify the progression of the polyneuropathy.


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