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Seven of 11 VN patients had superficial peroneal nerve biopsy with peroneus brevis muscle biopsy whereas four patients had sural nerve biopsy All biopsies were snap-frozen within 5 min of surgical intervention and stored at -80[degrees]C until analysis.
63) If a recovery occurs, the superficial peroneal nerve is expected to recover first, with peroneal muscle contractures evident at about 5 months, followed by the deep peroneal nerve with tibialis anterior contractures evident at 12 months.
As little as 2 to 3 ml can be used to block each of the four nerves adjacent to their corresponding vessel, while the superficial peroneal nerve is blocked in the traditional manner using an infiltration technique with a volume determined by whether the nerve can be visualised and/or palpated.

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