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Artificial nerve graft using glycolide trimethylene carbonate as a nerve conduit filled with collagen compared to sutured autograft in a rat model.
A study was conducted to compare the regeneration of rat peroneal nerves across 0.5 cm gaps repaired with artificial nerve grafts (ANG) versus sutured autografts (SAG). The ANG model is composed of aExpand
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Artificial Nerve Graft Using Collagen as an Extracellular Matrix for Nerve Repair Compared with Sutured Autograft in a Rat Model
A study was conducted to compare the regeneration of rat peroneal nerves across 0.5-cm gaps repaired with artificial nerve grafts versus sutured autografts. The artificial nerve graft model isExpand
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Audiological manifestations of Ramsay Hunt syndrome.
Ramsay Hunt syndrome is known to cause audiological signs and symptoms, including sudden, unexpected hearing loss. We carried out a retrospective review of the audiological manifestations of 186Expand
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Natural killer cell and lymphokine-activated killer cell activity against melanocytes in vitiligo.
BACKGROUND Vitiligo is a common disease of unknown cause. Previous studies have shown abnormalities in natural killer (NK) cell cytotoxicity in patients when NK-sensitive erythroleukemic cell linesExpand
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Artificial nerve graft compared to autograft in a rat model.
A study was made to compare the regeneration of rat peroneal nerve across a 0.5 cm gap repaired with a sutured autograft (SAG) versus an artificial nerve graft (ANG). The ANG model is composed of aExpand
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Micropigmentation for the treatment of vitiligo.
A technique of permanent dermal micropigmentation using a nonallergenic iron oxide pigment to cover recalcitrant areas of vitiligo is described. The areas included in this study were the distalExpand
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Fascicular Tubulization: A Comparison of Experimental Nerve Repair Techniques in the Cat
Peripheral nerve repair remains one of the most difficult problems in hand surgery; the results of conventional epineurial and fascicular suture repair are a major limitation to the rehabilitation ofExpand
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Comparison of nerve repair techniques: suture vs. avitene-polyglycolic acid tube.
A study was designed to determine whether a completely sutureless technique of nerve repair using avitene and polyglycolic acid (PGA) tube could provide a better repair than the standard sutureExpand
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Basal Cell Carcinoma on the Neck
BACKGROUND In our Mohs surgery practice, a large number of basal cell carcinomas (BCCs) occurring on the neck were noted to be of the superficial type. OBJECTIVE Our purpose was to examine a seriesExpand
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Amorphous silicon detector and thin film transistor technology for large area imaging of X-rays
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This paper will review amorphous silicon imaging technology in terms of the detector operating principles, electrical and optoelectronic characteristics, and stability. Expand
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