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How to improve the results of peripheral nerve surgery

Author: Hanno Millesi; R Schmidhammer
Publisher: Wien ; New York : Springer, ©2007.
Series: Acta neurochirurgica., Supplement ;, 100.
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Annotation All over the world research is going on to improve the outcome of the treatment of peripheral nerve lesions. Yet, there exist many questions, such as: Is the autologeous nerve grafting still the golden standard in bridging defects? Have alternative techniques to overcome defects reached a level to replace autografting? What can be expected from end to side coaptation? The contributions in this book give  Read more...
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How to improve the results of peripheral nerve surgery.
Wien ; New York : Springer, ©2007
(DLC) 2007933307
(OCoLC)166383625
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hanno Millesi; R Schmidhammer
ISBN: 9783211729588 3211729585 9783211729557 3211729550
OCLC Number: 232363435
Description: 1 online resource (ix, 181 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Contents: Surgery on the nerve --
Potential of electrical stimulation to promote functional recovery after peripheral nerve injury: comparisons between rats and humans --
Surgical technique for the treatment of C5 and C6 root avulsion --
Lumbosacral plexus lesions --
Microsurgical management of penetrating peripheral nerve injuries: pre, intra- and postoperative analysis and results --
Evaluation using techniques to assess muscle and nerve regeneration of a flexible glass wrap in the repair of peripheral nerves --
Analysis of the dose-response of N-acetylcysteine in the prevention of sensory neuronal loss after peripheral nerve injury --
Did the partial contralateral C7-transfer fulfill our expectations? Results after 5 year experience --
Bridging defects --
Bridging defects: autologous nerve grafts --
Allogenic nerve graft --
Alternative techniques for peripheral nerve repair: conduits and end-to-side neurorrhaphy --
Beneficial effect of genetically engineered Schwann cells with enhanced motility in peripheral nerve regeneration: review --
Schwann cells, acutely dissociated from a predegenerated nerve trunk, can be applied into a matrix used to bridge nerve defects in rats --
Comparative neuro tissue engineering using different nerve guide implants --
Bioartificial nerve graft --
Nerve regeneration using tubular scaffolds from biodegradable polyurethane --
New technique of autogenous conduits for bridging short nerve defects. An experimental study in the rabbit --
End-to-side coaptation --
End-to-side nerve neurorrhaphy: critical appraisal of experimental and clinical data --
Ingrowth of sensory axons into an end-to-side coapted nerve stump after donor nerve crush in the rat --
Which myelinated sensory axons sprout into an end-to-side coapted peripheral nerve in the rat? --
Functional recovery and mechanisms in end-to-side nerve repair in rats --
Synergistic terminal motor end-to-side nerve graft repair: investigation in a non-human primate model --
End-to-side coaptation: controversial research issue or important tool in human patients --
Cerebral plasticity --
Cortical reintegration of a replanted hand and an osseointegrated thumb prosthesis --
Cortical motor activation patterns following hand transplantation and replantation --
Coordinated function oriented movements after multiple root avulsion --
Enhanced sensory relearning after nerve repair by using repeated forearm anaesthesia: aspects on time dynamics of treatment --
Enhanced sensory re-learning after nerve repair using 3D audio-visual signals and kinaesthesia: preliminary results --
Compression and irritation syndromes --
Anatomical structures to provide passive motility of peripheral nerve trunks and fascicles --
Critical review of pathophysiologic mechanisms in thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) --
TOS-surgery via a single supraclavicular incision --
Thoracic outlet syndrome: a multidisciplinary problem with a perspective for microsurgical management without rib resection --
Neurosurgical prevention of ulceration and amputation by decompression of lover extremity peripheral nerves in diabetic neuropathy: update 2006 --
Muscle --
IMF-therapy (intention controlled myo-feedback): an innovative method in the treatment of peripheral nerve lesions --
In periopheral nerve regeneration environment enriched with activity stimulating factors improves functional recovery --
Cognitive re-education and early functional mobilisation in hand therapy after bilateral hand transplantation and heterotopic hand replantation: two case reports --
Functional, morphological and biomolecular assessment of posttraumatic neuro-muscular recovery in the rat forelimb model --
Surgery on muscles in consequence of peripheral nerve lesions.
Series Title: Acta neurochirurgica., Supplement ;, 100.
Responsibility: edited by H. Millesi and R. Schmidhammer.
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