Utilization of Intraoperative Biphasic Waveform Nerve Stimulator for Performing Nerve Transfer for the Treatment of Drop Foot

Addendum to Evaluation and Treatment of Foot Drop Using Nerve Transfer Techniques
  • Stephanie Oexeman
    Correspondence
    Corresponding author.
    Affiliations
    Complex Deformity Correction & Limb Reconstruction, AMITA Health - St. Joseph Hospital, Attn: Podiatric Fellow Office Suite 425, 2913 North Commonwealth Avenue, Chicago, IL 60567, USA
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  • Edgardo Rodriguez-Collazo
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    Adults & Pediatric Ilizarov Limb Deformity Correction, Peripheral Nerve Reconstructive Microsurgery, American Microsurgical Orthoplastic Society, Department of Surgery, Amita Saint Joseph Hospital, Laboure Outpatient Clinic, 2913 North Commonwealth Avenue, Chicago, IL 60567, USA
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