Nerve grafting and neuromuscular transfers

Academic Article

Abstract

  • In today's otolaryngology practice, surgeons frequently encounter situations in which soft-tissue augmentation is needed. Traditionally, fat, fascia, and nonvascularized muscle have been used for these purposes. This article reviews the history as well as the current applications and limitations of these materials. Although not ideal in all circumstances, these materials remain useful in selected situations.
  • Author List

  • Carroll WR
  • Start Page

  • 125
  • End Page

  • 138
  • Volume

  • 27
  • Issue

  • 1