par Vertruyen, M F;Burgeon, M A;Dachy, B S;Ley, Robert
Référence Acta chirurgica Belgica (Ed. bilingue), 94, 6, page (325-328)
Publication Publié, 1994-11
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The authors study 65 cases of repair of digital nerve lesions performed in 60 patients. They evaluate the quality of sensory recovery by clinical (Dellon and Weber Tests) and electrophysiological tests (velocity, amplitude and duration of the Compound Sensory Action Potential). The results show a complete recovery in 26%, a recovery of discrimination sensitivity in 73.8% and a recovery of protective sensation in 96.9% of the cases. Age and severity of the associated trauma are the most important factors influencing the quality of the sensory recovery.