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A Biomaterial Approach to Peripheral Nerve Regeneration: Bridging the Peripheral Nerve Gap and Enhancing Functional Recovery
(The Royal Society, 2011-11)
Microsurgical techniques for the treatment of large peripheral nerve injuries (such as the gold standard autograft) and its main clinically approved alternative 'hollow nerve guidance conduits (NGCs)' have a number of ...
The effect of intraluminal contact mediated guidance signals on axonal mismatch during peripheral nerve repair
The current microsurgical gold standard for repairing long gap nerve injuries is the autograft. Autograft provides a protective environment for repair and a natural internal architecture, which is essential for regeneration. ...