Peripheral nerve repair throughout the body with processed nerve allografts: Results from a large multicenter study

@article{Safa2020PeripheralNR,
  title={Peripheral nerve repair throughout the body with processed nerve allografts: Results from a large multicenter study},
  author={B. Safa and Sonu A. Jain and Desai J Mihir and J. Greenberg and T. Niacaris and Jason A. Nydick and F. Leversedge and David M. Megee and J. Zoldos and B. Rinker and D. McKee and Brendan J MacKay and J. Ingari and L. Nesti and M. Cho and Ian L Valerio and Dennis S. Kao and Y. El-Sheikh and Renata V. Weber and J. Shores and J. Styron and W. Thayer and Wojciech H. Przylecki and H. Hoyen and G. Buncke},
  journal={Microsurgery},
  year={2020},
  volume={40},
  pages={527 - 537}
}
Peripheral nerve damage resulting in pain, loss of sensation, or motor function may necessitate a reconstruction with a bridging material. The RANGER® Registry was designed to evaluate outcomes following nerve repair with processed nerve allograft (Avance® Nerve Graft; Axogen; Alachua, FL). Here we report on the results from the largest peripheral nerve registry to‐date. 
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