Shall we continue with nerve trunk decompression in leprosy?

Abstract

There is a tendency to compare the results of surgery with that of oral corticosteroid therapy in leprous neuritis as if the two are competing methods. Surgery helps by removing the external compressive force and improves circulation so that steroids can reach and effectively act at the site of inflammation, minimizing the ischaemic and compression damage… (More)

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