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        • Interpreting Electrodiagnostic Studies for the Management of Nerve Injury
          Journal of Hand SurgeryVol. 47Issue 9
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            Nerve injuries are common after trauma and can be life-altering for patients. Electrodiagnostic studies are the gold standard for diagnosing and prognosticating nerve injuries. However, most surgeons are not trained in the interpretation of these studies; rather, they rely on the interpretation provided by the electrodiagnostician, who in turn is unlikely to be trained in nerve reconstruction. This discrepancy between the interpretation of these studies and the management of nerve injuries can lead to suboptimal surgical planning and patient outcomes.
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