An on-going collaboration with the SMART Research Group at the University of Alberta, this explainer video gives a brief overview on leading research on peripheral nerve injury: conditioning lesion and conditioning electrical stimulation.
Dr. Ming Chan
Dr. Christine Webber
Dr. Jenna-Lynn Senger
Researchers and clinicians educated on the basics of peripheral nerve regeneration.
Our challenge was to contrast two never-been-depicted nerve treatments, while accurately depict how molecular actors are able to initiate changes in microanatomy.
A illustration on nerve transfer techniques in association with conditioning lesion.
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