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Improving The Orientation Of Nerve Regrowth With A Simple Device
L. D. Medinaceli, R. Wyatt
Published 1992 · Medicine
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The synthetic microstructure described here is one of the simplest that can be imagined, and yet it partially solves one of the most complex problems currently encountered in reconstructive surgery. This microstructure is a simple rectangular sheet of biocompatible material, and it is used in the repair of divided nerves.
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