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Figure 1: Acute transection injury: A) microsurgical suture; B) suture repair plus connector protection; C) connector assisted “sutureless” neurorraphy; D) connector assisted repair using a polymer glue; E) conduit de-tensioning “gap” repair; F) de-tensioning allograft interposition suture repair; G) de-tensioning allograft interposition connector-assisted “sutureless” repair; H) de-tensioning allograft interposition connector-assisted sutureless repair with fibrin glue; I) de-tensioning autologous nerve graft interposition suture repair; J) de-tensioning autologous nerve graft interposition sutureless repair with fibrin glue; K) Hybrid de-tensioning autologous nerve graft interposition connector assisted repair

Figure 1: Acute transection injury: A) microsurgical suture; B) suture repair plus connector protection; C) connector assisted “sutureless” neurorraphy; D) connector assisted repair using a polymer glue; E) conduit de-tensioning “gap” repair; F) de-tensioning allograft interposition suture repair; G) de-tensioning allograft interposition connector-assisted “sutureless” repair; H) de-tensioning allograft interposition connector-assisted sutureless repair with fibrin glue; I) de-tensioning autologous nerve graft interposition suture repair; J) de-tensioning autologous nerve graft interposition sutureless repair with fibrin glue; K) Hybrid de-tensioning autologous nerve graft interposition connector assisted repair