A Successful Case of Sural Nerve Cable Grafting after a Gunshot Wound to the Knees

@article{Khanna2005ASC,
  title={A Successful Case of Sural Nerve Cable Grafting after a Gunshot Wound to the Knees},
  author={Achal Khanna and R V Mahajani and Timothy Proudman},
  journal={Medical Principles and Practice},
  year={2005},
  volume={15},
  pages={87 - 89}
}
Objective: To describe a successful case of sural nerve cable grafting to the leg following a gunshot injury. Clinical Presentation and Intervention: A 28-year-old man was shot at close range, sustaining extensive damage to the left popliteal fossa. Initial exploratory operation revealed a pierced sciatic nerve proximal to its bifurcation into the tibial and common peroneal branches. The 60% division 3.5-cm common peroneal deficit and the complete transection of the tibial division were… CONTINUE READING

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