Sunderland Classification of Nerve Injury

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Sunderland Classification of Nerve Injury has 5 degrees:

  • Axoplasmic flow obstruction (neurapraxia)
  • Axon destroyed (axonotmesis)
  • Endoneurium destroyed (neurotmesis))
  • Perineurium destroyed
  • Epineurium destroyed (complete transection with loss of continuity)

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