Allograft improves nerve repair outcomes, study finds

08/13/2014 | Science World Report

U.S. scientists found that nerve allografts can be used to treat traumatic nerve injuries with results that exceed those of nerve conduits without the risk of donor site morbidity linked with a nerve autograft. Nerves collected from deceased donors are processed to remove cellular material before being transplanted.

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