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Scientific Abstract Presentations: Migraine Session 1 Sat, Oct 30 1:30-3:00 p.m. EDT


Program

Subject to change

1:30 PM

Cost-Effectiveness of Erenumab Versus Surgical Trigger Site Deactivation for the Treatment of Migraine Headaches: A Systematic Review

1:35 PM

The Clinical Predictors of Cold Sensitivity in Patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

1:40 PM

Revisiting the Role of Occipital Artery Resection in Greater Occipital Nerve Decompression

1:45 PM

The Effect of Tension on Gene Expression in Primary Nerve Repair Via the Epineural Suture Technique

1:50 PM

A Markov Analysis of Surgical Versus Medical Management of Chronic Migraines

1:55 PM

Discussion

2:00 PM

The Effect of Preoperative Interval on Outcomes Following Nerve Transfer or Repair for Treatment of Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Injuries

2:05 PM

Outcomes of Nerve Repair for Patients with Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Injuries

2:10 PM

Outcomes of Neurolysis, Nerve Grafting, End-to-End Repair, and Nerve Transfer for Patients with Tibial Nerve Injury

2:15 PM

Microcomputed Analysis of Nerve Angioarchitecture after Combined Stem Cell Delivery and Surgical Angiogenesis to Nerve Allograft

2:20 PM

Outcomes of Nerve Transfer for Patients with Lower Extremity Peripheral Nerve Injuries

2:25 PM

Discussion

2:30 PM

Long-Term Patient Reported Outcomes of Targeted Muscle Reinnervation at the Time of Major Limb Amputation

2:35 PM

The Roles of the Trka and p75NTR NGF Receptors in Corneal Wound Healing

2:40 PM

Implementing a Comprehensive Amputee Recovery Enhancement (CARE) Pathway: Early Results

2:45 PM

Nerve Management and Post-Operative Outcomes of Lower Extremity Βelow-Knee Amputations at a Level I Trauma Center

2:50 PM

Discussion


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