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Table 1 Patient demographics

From: Characterising cellular and molecular features of human peripheral nerve degeneration

Case NumberAge Range (Gender)Mechanism of InjuryIntraoperative findingsMethod from Fig. 1Reconstructive Nerve ProcedureDetails of nerve liberated (denervated unless otherwise stated)Sample used for histology or RT-qPCR?Denervation Period (Days)
120–30 (M)Motorbike accidentRuptureARight spinal accessory nerve transfer suprascapularDistal stump of suprascapularRT-qPCR4
230–40 (M)Fall and lacerationRupture and LacerationBMedical cutaneous nerve of arm autograft to ulnarDistal stump of ulnarRT-qPCR8
330–40 (M)Motorbike accidentNeurotmesisASpinal accessory nerve transfer to suprascapularDistal Stump of suprascapularRT-qPCR12
420–30 (F)Trampoline accident (radius and ulnar mid-shaft fracture)NeurotmesisCSural nerve graft to ulnarSural (innervated) and distal stump of ulnarRT-qPCR40
530–40 (M)Motorbike accidentC5–7 AvulsionASpinal accessory nerve transfer to suprascapular transfer and Double Oberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneous and distal stump of suprascapularRT-qPCR42
620–30 (M)Motorbike accidentC5-T1 AvulsionARight intercostal nerve transfer to long thoracic nerveDistal stump of long thoracic nerveRT-qPCR110
730–40 (M)Glass LacerationLacerationN/AResection of left common peroneal nerveDistal stump of common peroneal nerveRT-qPCR116
820–30 (M)Moped v LampostC5–8 AvulsionAIntercostal nerve transfer to radial nerveIntercostal (innervated) and distal stump of radial nerveRT-qPCR119
940–50 (M)Motorcycle v car and busC5/6 AvulsionASpinal accessory nerve transfer to suprascapularDistal stump of suprascapular nerveRT-qPCR119
1020–30 (M)Car v TreeC5/6/7 AvulsionAOberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneousRT-qPCR170
1120–30 (M)Motorbike accidentC5/6 AvulsionAOberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneousRT-qPCR180
1230–40 (M)Fall and lacerationHigh ulnar nerve lacerationAAnterior interosseous nerve transfer to ulnar nerveDistal stump of ulnar nerveRT-qPCR182
1350–60 (M)Mechanical fallC5/6 AvulsionARight anterior interosseous nerve transfer to ulnarDistal stump of ulnar nerveRT-qPCR270
1450–60 (M)Iatrogenic - left sided neck lymph node biopsyNeurotmesisASpinal accessory nerve transfer to suprascapularDistal stump of suprascapularRT-qPCR375
1540–50 (M)Road Traffic AccidentC5-T1 AvulsionASpinal accessory nerve transfer to suprascapularDistal stump of suprascapularRT-qPCR478
1640–50 (M)Car v LorryAxonotmesisAC7 fascicle to spinal accessorynerveDistal stump of spinal accessoryRT-qPCR and Histology540
1720–30 (M)Stab wound to the neckC5/6 NeurotmesisAOberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of C6Histology3
1820–30 (M)Motorbike v CarC5/6 AvulsionAOberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneousHistology30
1920–30 (M)Motorbike v TruckAxonotmesisADouble Oberlin’s nerve transferDistal stumps of biceps and brachialis branches of musculocutaneousHistology42
2050–60 (F)Mechanical FallC4/5/6/7 AvulsionADouble Oberlin’s nerve transferDistal stumps of biceps and brachialis branches of musculocutaneousHistology58
2120–30 (M)Motorbike v TreeAxonotmesisAOberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneousHistology107
2220–30 (M)Seizure whilst drivingAxonotmesisAOberlin’s nerve transferDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneousHistology172
2320–30 (M)Road Traffic AccidentC5/6 AvulsionCFree functioning muscle transfer to restore elbow flexionDistal stump of biceps branch of musculocutaneousHistology4745
2430–40 (M)Road Traffic AccidentC5-C8 AvulsionCFree functioning muscle transfer to restore elbow flexionIntercostal (innervated)RT-qPCR6432
2520–30 (M)Stab wound the neckNeurotmesisASubclavian nerve transfer to spinal accessory nerveDistal stump of spinal accessoryHistology62
2620–30 (M)Motorbike v CarAxonotmesisANerve to long head of triceps nerve transfer to axillary nerveDistal stump of axillary nerveHistology294
2730–40 (M)Motorbike accidentC5/6 AvulsionADouble Oberlin’s nerve transferDistal stumps of biceps and brachialis branches of musculocutaneousHistology115
  1. Tabulation of the patient demographic included in this study and details of nerve sample liberated