At the level of the endplate
, acetylcholine binds to muscarinic receptors.
The calorifier had ripped apart at the bottom end, at or near the shell to endplate
For example, "if a 4-mm regression of the superior endplate
is followed by a 3-mm restoration, one could say this 3 mm constituted a 75% vertebral height restoration," he said.
channel action of a hemicholinium-3 analog, DMAE.
The trough, blades and drive endplate
can be removed in less than two minutes, greatly helping machine operators and radically reducing downtime.
Devel-opmentally, the bones and the soft tissues of the back do not always grow proportionately Selected anatomical structures are at risk during growth, including the pars interarticularis, the vertebral endplate
, and the apophysis.
Physicians have described Schmorl's nodes in people when portions of an intervertebral disc bulge into weak spots on the endplate
of a vertebra, which are typically only about 5 millimeters thick.
The modified spindle was then attached to an endplate
. Because the spindle could accept the brushless motor, no speed reducer was required.
Piperidinic alkaloids act on the endplate
of the nerve cells blocking the transmission of stimuli to the muscles, as does curare, and producing paralysis.
* Structural benefits: Shell supported mills incorporate fiat fabricated endplates
. The pad type bearings mate to the shell on journals machined on the shell diameter directly under the endplate
welding baseplate and endplate
assemblies on large hydraulic cylinders.
Additionally, Benvenue Medical launched its new Orbit Discectomy Instrumentation that facilitates a circumferential and comprehensive discectomy and endplate
preparation to achieve a fusion.