Our experience with the Oberlin procedure and triceps branch transfer in adult brachial plexus injury

J. Oberhoffer, M.T. Pedro, C. Heinen, R.W. König, C.R. Wirtz & G. Antoniadis
Objective: One of the main goals in treating brachial plexus injury is the restoration of shoulder stability and abduction as well as elbow flexion. In the past years, procedures such as the Oberlin transfer (i.e. neurotising ulnar and/or median nerve fascicles directly to musculocutanaeus nerve)[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]