[Anatomical considerations on treatment strategies for compression syndromes of the fibular nerve in the proximal leg]
Felix Aigner, D Wiedemann, Stefano Longato, H Fritsch, M Stichelberger & Hildegunde Piza-Katzer
MATERIAL AND METHODS
We conclude, that selective decompression not only of the CFN, but of the DFN branches which are fixed in the AIS along their course through the proximal portion of the leg, is mandatory during compression syndromes of the CFN.
|citation||Aigner F, Wiedemann D, Longato S, Fritsch H, Stichelberger M, Piza-Katzer H. [Anatomical considerations on treatment strategies for compression syndromes of the fibular nerve in the proximal leg]. Handchir Mikrochir Plast Chir 2009; 41:238-43.|
|type||journal paper/review (Translation2::getLang(): unknown language "". Use Translation2::setLang() to set a default language.)|
|date of publishing||29-04-2009|
|journal title||Handchir Mikrochir Plast Chir (41/4)|