Satoru Sasaki

Yuhei Yamamoto2
Mitsuru Sekido2
Toichiro Yokoyama1
2Yuhei Yamamoto
2Mitsuru Sekido
1Toichiro Yokoyama
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An alternative approach, using a combination of nerve crossover and cross-nerve grafting technique in a single-stage procedure, was developed for the reconstruction of reversible facial palsy. This combined technique provides some benefits such as early facial reanimation resulting from the single-stage procedure, less morbidity and sufficient innervation(More)
BACKGROUND Double innervation of facial mimetic muscles by both facial and hypoglossal nerves after end-to-side neurorrhaphy has not been proven, although facial -hypoglossal end-to-side neurorrhaphy has been used in persistent incomplete facial palsy recently, and has achieved clinical evidences of recovery with rare synkinesis. We established a rat model(More)
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