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Repair of traumatic lesions in peripheral nerves--introduction

, : Repair of traumatic lesions in peripheral nerves--introduction. Rozhledy V Chirurgii 79(7): 309-312

The reconstruction of traumatic lesions of peripheral nerves (PN) underwent the most significant improvement with the introduction of operating microscopes, microsurgical techniques and pertinent instruments, including microsutures. New information with respect to the pathophysiology of the degeneration and regeneration of peripheral nerves on a subcellular level also helped in the delineation of the rules and timing of optimal conditions for suturing. The present microtechnique seems to have reached its plateau with regard to capacity of available materials, technology and methodology. Despite this progress there is room for further improvement as addressed in this presentation. In this part of our work we would like to present a survey and analysis of the necessary theoretical knowledge of the basis of degeneration of a traumatized peripheral nerve at the level of molecular changes, as well as to indicate new technologies and materials. A detailed comparison of the classical method (microsuture) with the new technology (laser) has so far failed to demonstrate any significant difference. Therefore it appears necessary, when seeking advantages of the new methodology, to examine its application and not its quality, which will be the subject of the second part our work.


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