Peripheral Nerve Lesions: Nerve Surgery and Secondary Reconstructive Repair

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Springer Science & Business Media, 2004 - Medical - 190 pages

No other book covers as extensively all aspects of peripheral nerve surgery. This includes the pathology and pathophysiology of compression neuropathies, traumatic nerve lesions and nerve tumours, and their treatment with various techniques. All body regions are described adequately. The second part of the book deals with palliative surgery for reconstruction of lost function. This includes a comprehensive array of muscle and tendon transfers, functional muscle transplantation and intramuscular neurotisation.

 

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Professsor Penkert: Assistant of Prof.Millesi, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Vienna-University. Chief Resident of Prof.Samii, Nordstadt Hospital Hannover.

PD Dr. Fansa: Medical Education in Germany and Canada; Lecture in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Hexal-Award in 1999; well known for reserach and peripheral nerve basic science and surgery.

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