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Cholecalciferol (Vitamin D3) Improves Myelination and Recovery after Nerve Injury
This study is the first to demonstrate that vitamin D acts on myelination via the activation of several myelin-associated genes, and paves the way for future randomised controlled clinical trials for peripheral nerve or spinal cord repair.
Results of the modified Brunelli tenodesis for treatment of scapholunate instability: a retrospective study of 19 patients.
Vitamin D2 potentiates axon regeneration.
Data indicate that vitamin D potentiates axon regeneration and functional recovery was not impaired by vitamin D supplementation, and pharmacological studies with various concentrations of the two forms of vitamin D are now required before recommending this molecule as a potential supplemental therapeutic approach following nerve injury.
FK506 induces changes in muscle properties and promotes metabosensitive nerve fiber regeneration.
Data indicate that FK506 potentiates metabosensitive nerve fiber regeneration in a rat model of peripheral nerve repair, and pharmacological studies of various dosages and concentrations are required before recommending this drug for therapeutic treatment of nerve injuries.
Functional recovery after peripheral nerve injury and implantation of a collagen guide.
[Use of Extensor digitorum brevis flap in routine reconstructive surgery of lower limbs. Report of more than 50 cases].
A newly designed locked intramedullary nail for trochanteric hip fractures fixation: results of the first 100 Trochanteric implantations.
Cranial reconstruction after a post-craniotomy empyema.
[Hypodermic therapeutic oxygen in trigeminal neuralgia].
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[Repairing the spinal cord with vitamin D: a promising strategy].
- F. Féron, T. Marqueste, J. Bianco, Y. Gueye, J. Chabas, P. Decherchi
- Biology, MedicineBiologie aujourd'hui
A rat model of peripheral nerve trauma is used and vitamin D-treated rats displayed, three months after injury, a significant improvement of ventilatory frequency and a reduction of H reflex indicating functional improvements at three months post-injury.