Microsurgery: Transplantation and Replantation by Harry J. Buncke, MD, et al.
  Table of Contents / Chapter 45:
Direct Surgery of Traumatic Lesions of the Brachial Plexus
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46. Tsuyama, N., and Hara, T.: Intercostal nerve transfer in the treatment of brachial plexus injury of root-avulsion type. Experta Medica in 12th Congress of the International Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology (SCIOT) Tel Aviv, 1972, pp. 351-353.

47. Brunelli, G., and Monini, L.: Neurotization of avulsed roots of brachial plexus by means of anterior nerves of cervical plexus. Clin. Plast. Surg. 11:149, 1984.

48. Kotani, T., To Shima, Y., and Matsude, H.: Post-operative results of nerve transposition in brachial plexus injury. J. Orthop. Surg. 22:963, 1971.

49. Allieu, Y., Privat, J.M., and Bonnel, F.: Les neurotisations par le nerf spinal dans les avulsions radiculaires du plexus brachial. Neurochirurgie 28:115, 1982.

50. Narakas, A.: Neurotisation par le nerf spinal dans les lesions du plexus brachial. In: Les Paralysies du Plexus Brachial. J.Y. Alnot, A. Narakas. Expansion Scientifique Francaise. Paris, 1989, 15, 162-172.

51. Narakas, A., Allieu, Y., Alnot, J.Y., et al.: Les Paralysies du Plexus Brachial. J.Y. Alnot, A. Narakas. Expansion Scientifique Francaise, Paris 1989, 15, 191-199.


52. Merle, M., Foucher, G., Dap, F., and Bout, C.: Tendon transfers for treatment of the paralysed hand following brachial plexus injury. Hand Clin. 5:33, 1989.

53. Steindler, A.: Reconstruction work on hand and forearm. N.Y. State Med. J. 108:117, 1918.

54. Paquin, J.M., Girot, D., Drouot, B., and Entzmann, P.: L'orthese helicoidale de Nancy destinee au membre superieur. Rev. Readapt. Fonct. Prof. Soc. 1:45-48, 1977.

55. Petry, D., and Merle, M.: La reinsertions sociale des blesses atteints de paralysie traumatique du plexus brachial. In: Les paralysies du plexus brachial. Alnot, J.Y., and Narakas, A. Expansion Scientifique Francaise, 15, 224-227, 1989.

FIG. 45-01. Rupture of the C6 and C6 roots. C5 is grafted to the suprascapularis nerve and to the lateral cord. C6 can be directed toward the lateral cord and the posterior cord. A neurolysis of C7 is performed.

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