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Petros Mikalef and Dominic Power

bipolar coagulation proximally to prevent regrowth. The branches or fascicles to be resected were chosen using nerve stimulation, and further electrical stimulation after the resection was used as a subjective measure of adequacy of denervation. Spasticity

Tim Kraal, Lijkele Beimers, Bertram The, Inger Sierevelt, Michel van den Bekerom, and Denise Eygendaal

heat with coagulation, axillary nerve damage). 66 Furthermore, a combination of partial ACR followed by gentle manipulation of the shoulder joint seems to be a safe alternative. This potentially reduces the risks of MUA alone, because less force is