Rehabilitation of extremity war injuries with lesion of peripheral nerves in "PRAXIS" Centre for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sarajevo

Authors

  • Džemal Pecar “PRAXIS”, Centre for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sarajevo
  • Mediha Karić “PRAXIS”, Centre for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sarajevo
  • Husein Kulenović University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Medicine
  • Izet Masić University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Medicine
  • Emina Kiseljaković University of Sarajevo, Faculty of Medicine

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.17305/bjbms.2003.3526

Keywords:

war injures, peripheral nerves lesion, rehabilitation

Abstract

Polytrauma with significant lesion of peripheral nerves is a specific war injury. It is also one of the most delicate problems in rehabilitation treatment because it requires a close cooperation with surgeon and timely surgical interventions. Based on our experience, the best results in the treatment of injured persons with lesion of peripheralnerves have been accomplished after the surgical treatment. Results in the neurolysis were better than those accomplished in neurorrhaphy. Total of 436 patients with lesion of peripheral nerves were recorded and 56 patients with plexus lesion. Out of this number, 78 patients (about 15%) had surgical treatment (41 neurorrhaphy and 37 neurolysis). Due to lack of adequate ENMG diagnostics, the objective valorisation of treatment outcome was not possible.

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Rehabilitation of extremity war injuries with lesion of peripheral nerves in "PRAXIS" Centre for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sarajevo

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Published

2003-08-20

How to Cite

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Pecar D, Karić M, Kulenović H, Masić I, Kiseljaković E. Rehabilitation of extremity war injuries with lesion of peripheral nerves in "PRAXIS" Centre for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Sarajevo. Bosn J of Basic Med Sci [Internet]. 2003Aug.20 [cited 2022Sep.25];3(3):37-40. Available from: https://www.bjbms.org/ojs/index.php/bjbms/article/view/3526

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Short Communication