Sensory Nerve Transfers for Hand Function 0 Mackinnon SE1 Yee A1 May 11, 2016Disclosure: No authors have a financial interest in any of the products, devices, or drugs mentioned in this production or publication.While not as popular as motor nerve transfers, sensory nerve transfers are an important component of the reconstructive algorithm for restoring sensation and/or managing pain. The type of sensory nerve transfer performed depends on whether the targeted sensory distribution is a critical or non-critical territory to reconstruct. End-to-end transfers are for critical sensation and end-to-side transfers are for non-critical sensations. This presentation demonstrates the sensory nerve transfers for restoring radial, median and ulnar nerve function and should be coupled with the associated motor reconstruction. Experimental research is also presented to warrant end-to-side nerve transfers. Presentation Table of Contents00:00:00 - Introduction00:00:09 - OVERVIEW OF SENSORY NERVE TRANSFERS00:01:53 - Background of Sensory Nerve Transfers00:02:00 - Types of Sensory Reconstruction00:04:16 - Experimental Studies and Research on End-to-side Nerve Repairs00:06:04 - Early Sensory Nerve Transfers for the Hand00:07:34 - Current Strategies for Sensory Nerve Transfers00:11:23 - SENSORY NERVE TRANSFERS FOR THE RADIAL NERVE00:11:43 - LABC to Radial Sensory Nerve Transfer00:12:16 - Median Sensory to Radial Sensory (End-to-side) Nerve Transfer00:13:02 - SENSORY NERVE TRANSFERS FOR THE MEDIAN NERVE00:13:17 - Dorsal Cutaneous Ulnar to Median Sensory Nerve Transfer00:18:55 - 3rd to 1st Web Space Nerve Transfer00:23:42 - SENSORY NERVE TRANSFERS FOR THE ULNAR NERVE00:24:00 - 3rd Web Space to Ulnar Sensory Nerve Transfer00:29:30 - Conclusion You must login to view the full article and extended video on this page. 2 Comments mohamed ahmed 10th July 2016 Thank you so much The videos and procedures helps me so much and fill the defect of being in in less then ideal training hospital I do appreciate you hard work to present such an amazing videos. Log in to Reply | Andrew Yee 18th July 2016 Mohamed, thanks for the comment. Keep checking back here for updates. Continuing to work on platform development and need to fix the display for your username rather than your e-mail. -Andrew Log in to Reply | Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.