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Nerve transfers using ulnar and/or median nerve fascicles to restore elbow flexion have been widely used following… Expand BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Although most infants with brachial plexus palsy recover function spontaneously, approximately 10–30… Expand BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Despite recent improvements in perinatal care, the incidence of neonatal brachial plexus palsy remains… Expand ObjectiveThe objective of this study was to examine the feasibility of diffusion tensor imaging and diffusion tensor tractography… Expand BACKGROUND
In brachial plexus injuries with nerve root avulsions, the options for nerve reconstruction are limited. In select… Expand This pseudo-randomized study was performed to compare the pulmonary function and biceps recovery after intercostal (19 cases) and… Expand OBJECT
The authors describe a new magnetic resonance (MR) imaging technique to demonstrate the status of the cervical nerve roots… Expand Preoperative radiologic studies to detect root avulsions of the brachial plexus caused by birth trauma are considered useful in… Expand The spinal cord, dorsal rootlets, and ventral rootlets at the cervical level were visualized by endoscopy in ten goats. It is… Expand The association of avulsive lesions and pain has been well established in avulsions of the brachial plexus from the cervical… Expand