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Excerpt from The Presbyterian Hospital Bulletin, Vol. 34: January, 1918
The best results follow when the gap is small enough to permit of immediate union of the two ends. In the cases of nerve injury m which there is a defect measuring some inches, the ends cannot be approximated, and advantage 15 taken of the tendency which exists in the regenerating axis cylinders of the central end to reach the distal segment and invade it. The distal end of the nerve seems to have some attraction for the develop ing axis cylinders. If a pathway is provided for these growing filaments, which prevents the encroachment or invasion of scar tissue, these axis cylinders will bridge a gap.
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