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65th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)

German Society of Neurosurgery (DGNC)

11 - 14 May 2014, Dresden

Lectures Tuesday, May 13 2014
DI.18 Restoration and Reconstruction

Meeting Abstract (DI.18.02)

Spinal cord stimulation: Complications requiring re-operations

Steib K, Brawanski A, Schlaier J
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.03)

Oberlin transfer as an excellent therapy option for delayed reconstruction of elbow flexion after brachial plexus injury

Oberhoffer J, Antoniadis G, König RW, Wirtz CR, Heinen C, Pedro MT
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.04)

Peroneal stimulation for drop foot management after chronic stroke: Safety aspects of a new implant device in 45 patients

Mielke D, Ernst J, Liebetanz D, Rohde V
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.05)

Effects of different superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles on the vitality of murine primary brain cells

Glumm J, Neubert J, Wagner S, Bräuer A, Kiwit J
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.06)

Functional electrical Stimulation (FES) of the peroneal nerve for rehabilitation of central “drop foot” using a semi-implantable closed loop system

Hausmann J, Sobieray U, Panther P, Schoenfeld A, Heinze HJ, Voges J, Büntjen L
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.07)

Reconstitution of elbow flexion – comparison of graft repair vs. nerve transfer

Oberhoffer J, Antoniadis G, König RW, Wirtz CR, Kretschmer T, Pedro MT
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.08)

Restoration of hearing and speech perception by auditory brainstem implants in Neurofibromatosis type 2

Matthies C, Brill S, Solymosi L, Mlynski R, Hagen R, Shehata-Dieler W
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.09)

Clinical outcome in patients with cranial or maxillofacial bone defects reconstructed with bone stimulating implants

Engstrand T, Kihlström L
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.10)

Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying spinal cord regeneration in axolotl

Rodrigo-Albors A, Tazaki A, Tanaka EM
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Meeting Abstract (DI.18.11)

Regeneration of specific motor dysfunction and its correlate in MRI after decompression in patients with cervical myelopathy: a prospective clinical study

Rueckriegel SM, Sutter L, Pakos P, Ernestus RI, Westermaier T
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