nerve regeneration

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The growth of new nerve tissue, which occurs at a very slow rate (1–2 mm per day) after a nerve has been severed and is often partially or totally incomplete. Microsurgery has improved the results by facilitating primary repair in the immediate aftermath of injury. See also axonotmesis, neurotmesis.

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