neurolysis

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neurolysis

(njʊərˈɒlɪsɪs)
n
1. (Medicine) med the destruction of nerve tissue, usually caused by disease but also done surgically to treat spasticity or relieve pain
2. (Surgery) surgery the freeing of a nerve from inflammatory adhesions (such as scar tissue) via surgery or other methods
Translations

neu·rol·y·sis

n. neurólisis.
1. proceso de librar un nervio de anejos inflamatorios;
2. destrucción de tejido nervioso.
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The device has received CE Mark approval, allowing it to be used in Europe to treat hypertensive patients by infusing a neurolytic agent into the perimeter surrounding the renal artery, targeting the sympathetic nerves that contribute to hypertension.
Neurolytic phenol blockade of the obturator nerve for severe adductor spasticity.
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These patients may benefit from regional blocks, axial analgesia, or neurolytic procedures.
while others deal with specific treatment modalities (hypnosis, neurolytic blocks, etc.
26) Nevertheless, t horacoscopic splanchnicectomy may offer a more effective alternative to percutaneous neurolytic techniques, because the percutaneous procedures often fail as a result of poor localization and/or inadequate volume infusion of the neurolytic (alcohol or phenol).
This paper discusses a number of interventional therapies available: simple blocks, cryoneurolysis, radiofrequency thermocoagulation, neurolytic blocks, and implantation therapy.
Offering detailed coverage of every available treatment option for dystonia, including four categorized sections on medical management, botulinum toxin injections, phenol or neurolytic therapy, and surgical intervention.
This will enable the Peregrine System to be used to treat hypertensive patients in Europe with the infusion of a neurolytic agent into the perivascular space surrounding the renal artery, targeting the sympathetic nerves that contribute to hypertension.
Topics also include headache, painful medical diseases, neurolytic blocks for cancer pain and electrical stimulation of the nervous system.