Distal anterior interosseous nerve in the recurrent motor branch graft for reconstruction of a median nerve neuroma-in-continuity.

Abstract

Median nerves with neuromas-in-continuity are preferably managed by the identification and preservation of the functioning motor fascicles proximal and distal to the neuroma. The non-functioning, painful sensory fibers are divided proximally and distally and are reconstructed with nerve grafts. In cases where the proximal motor fascicle may not be safely… (More)

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