alexa Central Nervous System after Traumatic Injuries

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Central Nervous System after Traumatic Injuries

Peripheral nerve injuries with either long-distance defects or occurring far from the target tissue are particularly challenging and in general, the regeneration process is as challenging as those occurring in central tracts, where regeneration does not occur spontaneously. In cases where there is tissue loss a direct neurorraphy is not possible without causing nerve tension and therefore another repair technique is needed.

Citation: Martinez AMB (2015) Regeneration of Peripheral Nerves can be as Challanging as those Occurring in the Central Nervous System after Traumatic Injuries. J Cell Sci Ther 6:e122

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