[Abstract Only] Study: Nerve Transfer Surgery Restores Hand Function and Elbow Extension in Patients with Complete Paralysis

5 Jul, 2019 | 02:53h | UTC

Expanding traditional tendon-based techniques with nerve transfers for the restoration of upper limb function in tetraplegia: a prospective case series – The Lancet (link to abstract – $ for full-text)

Commentary: Nerve transfer surgery restores hand function and elbow extension in 13 young adults with complete paralysis – The Lancet (free) AND Expert reaction to study on successful nerve transfer surgery in paralysis patients – Science Media Centre (free)

Related Study: Recovery of Walking after Complete Spinal Cord Injury (free)

 

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