Tag Archives: peripheral nerve injury

Role of ultrasonography in the evaluation of traumatic injury to peripheral nerves

Traumatic injury of peripheral nerve accounts for about 3-5% of limb trauma, but if not diagnosed it can be associated with negative outcomes, especially in major trauma, with economic and social damage when working-age subjects are involved.

Neuropetides and adipose-derived mesenchymal stromal cells improve peripheral nerve regeneration in animal model

Although autologous nerve grafting remains the gold standard for nerve gap repair, entubulation techniques with artificial nerve conduits are considered a promising approach to peripheral nerve reconstruction (Strauch, 2000). Advances in bioengineering have led to the creation