Management of Missile Peripheral Nerve Injuries Part I : History , Pathophysiology , Clinical Presentation , and Diagnostics

Abstract

Missile peripheral nerve injuries (MPNIs) usually receive secondary consideration, including deferred surgical treatment, mainly because they are not life threatening. Approximately 70% of missile wounds that require exploration include either a complete or partial section of nerve. Surgical management of these wounds is very demanding, requiring… (More)

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