epineural


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epineural

(ˌɛpɪˈnjʊərəl)
adj
(Anatomy) situated above the radial nerve
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El sistema intrinseco esta conformado por los plexos epineural, perineural, endoneural y sus vasos comunicantes (12,22).
Based on the injury type, the nerve repair biomaterial market is segmented into epineural nerve repair, perineural nerve repair, and group fascicular repair.
There are two aspects of vascular damage (8) in microvascular complications namely underperfusion and overperfusion that leads to retinal haemorrhages and epineural haemorrhage seen in nerve biopsies.
Nerve repair segment is further segmented based on repair type into epineural repair, perineural repair and group fascicular repair.
Coaptation of the nerve flap was performed using epineural sutures (Nylon 8.
The direct nerve repair/neurorrhaphy surgery segment is further categorized into epineural repair, perineural repair, and group fascicular repair.
For postoperative analgesia, an epineural catheter is placed proximally into the sheath surrounding the neurovascular structures, where it will bathe the entire brachial plexus with bupivacaine.
After 2-3 weeks following peripheral nerve injury, the epineural sheath to the stumps thickens and thus injured nerve stem suture is technically easier and more satisfactory [19-22].
Intermittent parasthesia or pain, incapacity, positive proactive tests, hypersensitivity to 256 cps is present at beginning or early compression period when epineural blood circulation disorder leading to decreased axonal transport was present and there were no morphological changes.
The echo texture of the nerve was severely damaged and there was increased epineural blood flow on colour Doppler imaging (Figures 1A and B).