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An endoscope can be introduced through an adjacent empty foramen, which has been evacuated through the avulsion, to inspect the intraspinal connectivity of neighbouring roots (see Chap. 7, Fig. 1). Spinal cord monitoring. It is of uttermost importance to monitor function in the spinal cord during manipulations for reimplantation (Owen 2004). The major purposes are to detect the onset of a surgically induced insult to the spinal cord, to provide information which can be used to modify the surgical technique, and to reverse the effect from an insult.

The segment situated closest to the DREZ contains a specific and specialized part of the nervous system, where most of the translations between the peripheral nerve and the spinal cord occur (Carlstedt 1977; Fraher 1992; Fraher 2000). This part constitutes the PNS–CNS transitional region (TR) (Fig. 6; see also Chap. 6), which is characterised by the presence of a projection of CNS tissue from the spinal cord together with Fig. 6 The proximal part of a rat dorsal root stained for CNS (GFAP) and PNS (laminin) tissue.

A Bernard–Horner sign indicates, but is not absolute proof of, avulsion of the lower roots of the plexus. This sign may not be obvious immediately after the accident. Bruising and swelling at the base of the neck are important and sometimes ominous signs (Fig. 1). Abrasions can appear as linear cuts passing from the face towards the shoulder, indicating a violent distraction of the limb FA April 24, 2007 15:53 40 B311: Central Nerve Plexus Injury - Trim size: 6x9 Central Nerve Plexus Injury Fig.

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