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The work characterizes 424 patients with injuries to the nerves of the upper and lower extremities who were operated on one year after the trauma and later. It was established that such factors as the type of injury, the length of the defect in the nerve, and the degree of "refreshment" of the nerve segments may be important in predicting the outcome of the(More)
The purpose of this article was the gustatory perception state study (NaCl solution perception) in patients with one-sided damages of branchial plexus as well as of radial, facial and ulnar nervous trunks. The decrease of gustatory perception was observed in 78 (70.3%) cases, while the lack of such alterations in 33 (29.7%) patients. The gustatory(More)
The use of hyperbaric oxygenation (HBO) as a therapeutic measure has a favorable effect, in the postoperative period also, on traumatic affections of different levels of the nervous system (the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerve trunks and plexuses. It allows the severity of the neurologic deficit and the degree of the patient's disability to be reduced(More)