1. Supraclavicular Plexus 2. Clavicular Plexus 3. Infraclavicular Plexus 4. Axillary Nerve 5. Musculocutaneous Nerve 6. Posterior Subscapular Approach to Plexus Operative Techniques Surgical Exposure 7. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Dissection 8. Cervical Sympathectomy 9. Suprascapular Nerve 10. Accessory Nerve Injury 11. Nerve Transfers for Brachial Plexus Injury Accessory Nerve to Suprascapular Nerve Pectoral Branches (Medial) to Musculocutaneous Nerve Intercostal Nerves to Musculocutaneous Nerve Descending Cervical Plexus to Upper and Middle Trunk 12. Ulnar Nerve Arm and Elbow Wrist and Hand 13. Radial Nerve Upper Arm (Radial Nerve) Elbow and Forearm (Posterior Interosseous and Superficial Sensory Nerves) Posterior Approach (Radial and/or Axillary Nerves) 14. Median Nerve Arm Elbow and Foreman Wrist and Hand 15. Sural Nerve 16. Sciatic Nerve Pelvic Plexus Origins Buttock Thigh 17. Tibial Nerve Popliteal Fossa and Leg Posterior Tibial Nerve at Ankle and Foot 18. Peroneal Nerve 19. Femoral Nerve Including Pelvic Origins 20. Ilioinguinal, Iliohypogastric and Genitofemoral Nerves Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve 21. Surgical Techniques External Neurolysis Internal Neurolysis 22. Stimulation and Nerve Action Potential Recording 23. Epineurial Suture 24. Split Nerve Repair 25. Graft Repair 26. Operative Steps for Neural Sheath Tumors and Lumbar Sympathectomy Benign Neural Sheath Tumors Malignant Neural Sheath Tumors Lumbar Sympathectomy Appendix
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