Sydney Sunderland

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Nerves have a structure of considerable complexity with features of special relevance to nerve injury and nerve regeneration. These include variations in the cross-sectional areas devoted to fascicular and epineurial tissue, the fascicular redistribution and mixing of different branch fibers brought about by fascicular plexuses, and the numbers of nerve(More)
A knowledge of neurovascular relations and anomalies at the base of the brain is of importance both for an understanding of certain obscure cranial nerve palsies accompanying diseased vascular states or expanding intracranial lesions, and for an appreciation of cranial nerve topography for the purposes of intracranial surgery. The object of this paper is to(More)
The relative roles of pressure deformation and ischaemia in the production of compression nerve lesions remain a controversial issue. This paper concerns the genesis of the structural changes which follow compression of the median nerve in the carpal tunnel. The initial lesion is an intrafunicular anoxia caused by obstruction to the venous return from the(More)