Zvika Greenfield

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After cutaneous nerve injury there is a tendency for afferents in neighboring cutaneous nerves to reinnervate the adjacent denervated zone. Diamond and collaborators have recently claimed [5,8] that collateral sprouting of cutaneous afferents in the hindquarter of adult mammals is substantially accelerated by sensory testing (pinching) of the skin. We(More)
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