Missile severances of the radial nerve. Results of 131 repairs

@article{Roganovi2004MissileSO,
  title={Missile severances of the radial nerve. Results of 131 repairs},
  author={Zoran Roganovi{\'c} and S. Petkovi{\'c}},
  journal={Acta Neurochirurgica},
  year={2004},
  volume={146},
  pages={1185-1192}
}
SummaryBackground. Reports on missile-caused radial nerve injuries are relatively rare in current literature. We present the outcome after repair of such injuries as well as the factors influencing the result of treatment.Methods. Prospective study included 131 complete missile-caused radial nerve severances repaired with nerve graft or direct suture. Final outcome was defined 4 years postoperatively at least, on the basis of motor recovery (M), EMNG recovery (E) and patient’s judgement on the… CONTINUE READING

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