Claudia Ocampo-Pavez

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We present our personal operative technique in exposing and repairing obstetric brachial plexus (obp) lesions. This technical description of the operative procedure and the strategic choice for the neurotisations are analysed with special regards on the follow-up of these patients (always performed by the surgeon), the histological quality of the proximal(More)
We present 4 children between 6 and 13 years suffering from severe sequelae after a total obstetric brachial plexus lesion resulting in a hand without functional active long finger flexion. They had successfully reanimated long finger flexion using a free functional gracilis muscle transfer. These children initially presented a total obstetric brachial(More)
We present a new surgical technique for a pedicled teres major muscle transfer to improve shoulder abduction and flexion in children with sequelae of obstetric brachial plexus palsy. In addition, we provide the clinical outcome in the first 17 operated children.
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