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CN

An abbreviation for cupro-nickel. The abbreviation is used most frequently by coin collectors and investors to indicate coins made out of 88% copper and 12% nickel.
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The tibial nerve can be subjected to stretch during the lower limb movements or different limb positions; specially, ankle joint dorsiflexion and inversion of the foot.
The anatomy of the tibial nerve is important for successful clinical management.
This market is witnessing a rapid growth due to increasing geriatric population, increasing incidence of nerve injuries and neurological disorders, favourable reimbursement policies, and increased government funding.
For early presentations, clinical evaluations and nerve conduction studies at 3 weeks and then again at 3 months after injury were done.
The presence and degree of nerve involvement is usually evaluated by clinical assessment and by nerve biopsy at times when there is isolated nerve involvement.
The global nerve repair and regeneration market is valued at USD 5,945.
Too little attention has been paid to the mechanisms that lead to the peripheral nerve damage, the most common site of injury, the number of performed immediate repairs and reconstructions of damaged nerve stems, and the most common methods of injured nerve management.
We found the undivided lateral cutaneous branch of 2nd intercostal nerve piercing the second intercostal space at midaxillary plane, running along the base of axilla to reach the upper and medial part of arm where they join with medial cutaneous nerve of arm on each side in 29 cadavers out of 40 adult embalmed cadavers.
A second part will study the development of branched peripheral nerve allografts to help improve the aesthetic and functional outcomes of complex facial injuries.
Flexible Collagen Nerve Conduit is a resorbable, flexible type I collagen tubular matrix that provides both an encasement for peripheral nerve injuries as well as protection of the neural environment.
Objectives: To assess recurrent laryngeal nerve injury risk during thyroidectomy with and without routine identification of the recurrent laryngeal nerve during surgery.
The femoral nerve originates from the second, third, and fourth lumbar spinal nerves and innervates the anterior thigh muscles, hip and knee joints, and skin on the antero-medial thigh [1].