Direct Neurotization of Severely Damaged and Denervated Muscles
It is known that a normally innervated muscle cannot be innervated by another nerve but that a denervated muscle has a spread sensitivity to acetylcholine and therefore can accept a new nerve.
KeywordsSeverely Damage Peroneal Nerve Radial Nerve Tibial Nerve Distal Stump
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