Long gap nerve repair injuries provide a significant challenge, especially when available autograft donor nerve is inadequate. We studied the functional recovery outcomes of processed nerve allografts for the repair of long gap nerve injuries between 30 mm and 65 mm to determine their efficacy in this application.
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Category: Treatment, Surgical Technique, Prognosis/Outcomes
Keyword: Hand and Wrist, Elbow and Forearm, Shoulder and Arm, Nerve
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