denervation


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de·ner·vate

 (dē-nŭr′vāt′)
tr.v. de·ner·vat·ed, de·ner·vat·ing, de·ner·vates
To deprive (an organ or body part) of a nerve supply, as by surgically removing or cutting a nerve or by blocking a nerve connection with drugs.

de′ner·va′tion n.

denervation

A surgical method of cutting or removing the nerve supply to an organ.
Translations

denervation

n denervación f
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Even so, ulcerations were observed in the paw of two animals in the 10-week and 15-week experimental groups, post denervation.
The response of the magnocellular neurosecretory system (MNS) to partial denervation is characterized by an initial period of axonal degeneration followed by the near complete restoration of axon density within the neural lobe (NL) by 30 days post-denervation (PD).
Long-term use can cause reversible denervation atrophy in the injected muscles.
These procedures include bladder denervation, insertion of sacral nerve stimulators, and bladder augmentation.
The delay in tear clearance observed in these LASIK patients may result from a number of factors, including decreased blink rate caused by bilateral corneal denervation [sensory nerve amputation] and resultant increased tear film evaporation.
A neurophysiologic investigation showed a severe lesion of the brachial plexus, with denervation activity and signs of only a few preserved axons in the musculocutaneus and radial nerves.
Use of these maneuvers would be appropriate in areflexia and hypotonic bladder as well as in an outlet denervation because the intravesical pressure between voids is lower than that necessary to cause upper tract deterioration (Steers et al.
The Castaic father of five is suffering from a denervation process that cause his nerves to wither away, his doctors say.
They also discovered that denervating a regenerating limb before this transition prevents dll from turning on, whereas later denervation does not turn off the gene.
In the long haul, it doesn't really matter if diaschisis or denervation supersensitivity is at play, but whether or not persons with brain injury can learn to feed themselves and thus enhance their independence and quality of life.
EnligHTNment trial will evaluate whether patients with hypertension that are treated with renal denervation and medication experience additional benefits beyond a reduction in blood pressure
Dr Tzafriri is known for his publications on the mechanisms underlying the biological effects of drug-eluting stents and renal denervation RF catheters.