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The Fibonacci sequence: relationship to the human hand.
  • J. Markley
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of hand surgery
  • 1 July 2003
REGENERATION OF SKELETAL MUSCLE AFTER GRAFTING IN MONKEYS
TLDR
Twenty-five palmaris longus muscles were transplanted into the forearm or into the face or with or without anastomosis to a motor nerve in 15 Rhesus monkeys and all developed regenerating skeletal muscle fibers and showed contractile activity. Expand
THE PRESERVATION OF CLOSE TWO‐POINT DISCRIMINATION IN THE INTERDIGITAL TRANSFER OF NEUROVASCULAR ISLAND FLAPS
  • J. Markley
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 June 1977
Some possible reasons for the reported failures of digital neurovascular island flaps to provide normal (or near normal) tactile sensibility are discussed. Some technical variations which may improveExpand
Characteristics of cat skeletal muscles grafted with intact nerves or with anastomosed nerves
TLDR
The greater P0 of nerve-intact compared with standard and nerve-anastomosed grafts supported the hypothesis that the degree of reinnervation is a factor that limits graft development. Expand
Neuroanastomosis of orthotopically transplanted palmaris longus muscles
TLDR
Monkey PML autografts with neuroanastomosis were similar in structure and function to cat extensor digitorum longus autografteds that had not had neuroanASTomosis, and had slower times to peak tension and less absolute tension, but similar tension per square centimeter of muscle fiber cross‐sectional area. Expand
Skeletal Muscle Transplantation in Cats With and Without Nerve Repair
TLDR
The regeneration of skeletal muscle fibers following free, whole muscle auto-transplantation has been well documented in rats and in dogs, and the time course of regeneration and the degree to which control values are restored have been described. Expand
Transplantation and transposition of skeletal muscles into the faces of monkeys.
TLDR
Compared with muscle flaps, free grafts showed greater adaptability to the new location and innervation and a closer approximation to the structural and functional properties of the original facial musculature. Expand
Functional Properties of Palmaris Longus Muscles of Rhesus Monkeys Transplanted as Index Finger Flexors
TLDR
The results reconfirm the capacity of nonpredenervated monkey skeletal muscle grafts to regenerate and to achieve some contractile ability and suggest that training of free Muscle Autografts may enhance recovery of their functional and structural properties. Expand
Translocation of the temporalis muscle for treatment of facial paralysis
TLDR
The temporalis flap demonstrated viable structure and function and appeared useful in facial movements and reached control values by 100 days following translocation. Expand
On curves and spirals.
  • J. Markley
  • Medicine
  • Plastic and reconstructive surgery
  • 1 March 1987
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