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pheripheral surgeries   Posted By arvind    Date : 07-Mar-10   07:52 AM     Reply

warmth greetings dignitary

i am arvind 24 year male from tamilnadu before 1year 4 months i was suffered by gullain barre syndrome as (acute motor axonal polyradiculo neuropathy type)and i was admitted in hospital and during nerve conduction my power is 0 in all the four limbs and by active phsio theraphy i can able to walk and last three months i dont feel any changes but still foot drop is there and to sit and stand i need some support. some weakness in my fingers also. is there any surgery options are available for my foot drop. i go through the internet and find some surgeries like nerve transplant, nerve grafting,bio glues for damaged nerves ,tendon transfer surgeries and micro nerve surgeries are available for pheripheral neuropathy.is it suitable for my disease.

please help me thank you





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