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Seddon's Nerve Injury Classification: Neuropraxia- low severity, leads to recovery, nerve structure intact but electrical conduction is interrupted (ischemia or compression), lasts hrs to wks Axonotmesis- axon disrupted but myelin intact (crush), may recover in wks to yrs if neuronal tubules maintained in place. Neurotmesis- loss of conduction, damage to nerve trunk connective tissue, neuroma commonly forms, normal regeneration prevented

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an infographic that illustrates 10 points that you may not know about physical therapy. Are you interested in becoming a physical therapist?

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New infographic on student athletes and brain injury from http://nursinglicensemap.com/head-trauma/, designed by Francesca Greggs of Lemonwood Design

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New infographic on student athletes and brain injury from http://nursinglicensemap.com/head-trauma/, designed by Francesca Greggs of Lemonwood Design

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