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This presentation is one of our principle lectures that discusses strategies for managing nerve injuries with gaps. These strategies include nerve repair, grafting, allografts, conduits, acellularized allografts, and nerve transfers. An understanding of these strategies is important for the framework of nerve reconstruction and the possible options that can be provided to patients with nerve injuries. Each strategy is discussed with their advantages and disadvantages in relation to other strategies.