Myelin Regrowth versus Axonal Regrowth
“we” had a discussion on this in June ‘011. Here’s the bottom line of that topic-
The quote is from another member who helped me to understand two of the conditions involved with nerve and muscle recovery.
“[I]…I think you may have confused axonal growth with remyelination. The two are different processes. Remyelination is much faster than axonal regeneration. As long as there is no axonal damage, and as long as nothing is continually damaging the myelin, remyelination takes between 2 and 12 weeks. Here is a link to an interesting article on nerve injury: [url]http://scottsevinsky.com/pt/reference/shoulder/upenn_oj_ncv_emg_pni_evaluation.pdf[/url]
I encourage you to read the link.
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