Resurfacing and sensory recovery of the sole.


(1) There is very little quantitative objective information on sensory recovery after resurfacing of the sole. However, based on results obtained by quantitative rather than qualitative methods to measure sensibility, there is little reason to expect a high level of sensory recovery, at least in free flaps. There is no evidence to prove or refute that by… (More)


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