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  1. Akagi, D., Arita, H., Komiyama, T., Ishii, S., Shigematsu, K., Nagawa, H., Miyata, T. Objective Assessment of Nerve Injury after Greater Saphenous Vein Stripping. Eur J. Vasc Endovasc Surg. 33(5)625-630,2007.
  2. Morell, R. C., Prielipp, R. C., Harwood, T. N., James, R. L.; Butterworth, J. F. Men are more susceptible than women to direct pressure on unmyelinated ulnar nerve fibers. Anesthesia & Analgesia, Vol. 97:1183-8, 2003.
  3. Baron, G.C., Irving, G.A. Effects of Tourniquet Ischemia on Current Perception Thresholds in Healthy Volunteers. Pain Practice, Vol 2 (2):129-133, 2002.
  4. Oshima, M., Inagi, T.Yokoyama, K., Shimada, Y., Ogawa, R. Influence of ischemic conditions induced by a tourniquet on functions of nerves, depending on the type of nerve fibers, was examined by measurement of current perception threshold (CPT) values. Anesthesiology, Vol 96:A-722, 2002.
  5. Morell, R.C., Prielipp, R.C., Butterworth, J.F., Harwood, T.N. Walker, F.O. Males Appear More Susceptible to Ulnar Nerve Ischemia Than Females. American Society of Anesthesiology, Abstract 1124, 2000.
  6. Savidge, M.J., Fahmy, B., Price, C.M., Rodgers, P.D. Quantitative changes in sensory nerve threshold potentials, induced by a tourniquet and measured by a Neurometer® device. The Pain Society. The British and Irish Chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain. Abstract, 1999.

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