Claudio Neudoerfer

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BACKGROUND The contribution of the saphenous nerve in pain after major ankle surgery is unknown. The aim of this study was to evaluate its contribution in this context. METHODS Fifty patients were included in this prospective, randomized, controlled study. In all patients [Group P (popliteal) and Group F (popliteal+femoral)], a popliteal catheter was(More)
To the Editor:—We read with interest the case report published by Koff et al. and the editorial by Hebl. How can Dr. Hebl discuss the role that the use of an ultrasound may have played in this case? Ultrasound allows us to visualize the nerves and the spread of local anesthetic. From the authors’ description, it is clear that except for the use of 0.5%(More)
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