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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Early effects of partial sensory denervation of the hip for relief of pain in chronic arthritis.
Johnson & Johnson's Cordis subsidiary has obtained the European CE mark for its Renlane renal denervation system to treat high blood pressure.
Minneapolis, MN, announced that the first patients were randomized in SYMPLICITY HTN-4, evaluating the Symplicity renal denervation system in patients with moderate uncontrolled hypertension (systolic blood pressure greater than or equal to 140 and less than 160 mm Hg, despite treatment with three or more anti-hypertensive medications of different classes.
The procedure known as renal denervation "is well-suited for the future of health care,'' Mirviss said in a telephone interview.
The effects of sequential exposure, first to a LNa diet for 7 days and then to a HNa diet for 21 days, in rats with and without chronic bilateral aortic denervation (partial barodenervation), on MAP, SSi, and pNOB were tested in S-I, and on baseline and NADH-stimulated renal medullary superoxide anion production (RMSAP) and renal mRNA expression of NAD(P)H oxidase and SOD at the end of a HNa diet in S-II.
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
The Castaic father of five is suffering from a denervation process that cause his nerves to wither away, his doctors say.
Other important developments are the percutaneous treatment options for mitral regurgitation (MR) (MitraClip), non-pharmacologic therapy to prevent cerebral embolisation in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) such as left atrial appendage (LAA) closure and closure of the patent foramen ovale, and renal denervation to treat resistant hypertension.
The renal denervation surgery is not currently funded by the NHS, as its success is not yet fully proven.
Renal denervation therapy attempts to address this difficult-to-treat population by blocking the sympathetic nerve activity to the kidneys.