Saphenous Nerve Release

Saphenous Nerve Release Standard Edition (150401.150403) Courtesy: Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Surgery, Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu Entrapment of the saphenous nerve is probably under-recognized and presents with numbness/pain in the infrapatellar region and the medial aspect of […]

Medial Triceps to Anterior Branch of Axillary Nerve Transfer: Specific Reinnervation

Courtesy : Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Surgery, Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu Medial Triceps to Anterior Branch of Axillary Nerve Transfer: A Case of Specific Reinnervation Standard Edition (150227.150302) The axillary nerve has several distal branches that provide […]

Medial Triceps to Axillary Nerve Transfer

Courtesy : Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery, Department of Surgery, Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu Injury to the axillary nerve results in the loss of shoulder function, specifically deltoid and teres minor deficits. This injury can either be isolated or more […]

Supercharge Nerve Transfers

Courtesy : Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Department of Surgery Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu

Brachialis to Anterior Interosseous Nerve Transfer with Extended Forearm Incision

Courtesy : Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Department of Surgery Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu Brachialis to Anterior Interosseous Nerve Transfer with Extended Forearm Incision Standard Edition (140312.140314) Loss of flexor pollicis longus and radial profundus function results in a deficit […]

Median to Radial Nerve Transfers #ASSH

Courtesy : Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Department of Surgery Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu

Jumping the Nerve Gap- Susan Mackinnon MD

Authors: Susan E. Mackinnon, Andrew Yee Affiliation: Washington University School of Medicine Division of Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Department of Surgery Saint Louis, MO Peripheral Nerve Surgery: http://nervesurgery.wustl.edu

Spinal Accessory to Suprascapular Nerve Transfer for Brachial plexus injury

Posterior Approach – Spinal Accessory to Suprascapular Nerve Transfer Reconstructing shoulder function following a nerve injury is a challenge due to its dynamic movement originating from several muscles. The supra/infraspinatus muscles are critical for shoulder function in that they initiate abduction of the arm, external rotation, and stabilization of the shoulder joint. In upper brachial […]

Nerve Regeneration: Principles

Courtesy : Professor Nabile Ebraheim, Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery and Trauma, University of Toledo, Ohio, United States.

Neuronal Anatomy Basics

Courtesy: Prof Nabile Ebraheim, Professor of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, University of Toledo, Ohio, United States Educational video describing Neuronal cells, dendrites, cell body, myelin sheath, axon, axon hillock, nodes of Ranvier, myelin sheath, Schwann cells, Synapse, Neuronal transmission