The anatomy and physiology of nerve injury.

@article{Sunderland1990TheAA,
  title={The anatomy and physiology of nerve injury.},
  author={Sydney Sunderland},
  journal={Muscle & nerve},
  year={1990},
  volume={13 9},
  pages={771-84}
}
Nerves have a structure of considerable complexity with features of special relevance to nerve injury and nerve regeneration. These include variations in the cross-sectional areas devoted to fascicular and epineurial tissue, the fascicular redistribution and mixing of different branch fibers brought about by fascicular plexuses, and the numbers of nerve fibers representing individual branches. The elasticity and tensile strength of nerve trunks and their capacity to resist traction deformation… CONTINUE READING

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