intrafascicular


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intrafascicular

(ˌɪntrəfəˈsɪkjʊlə)
adj
(Botany) botany between the xylem and phloem elements of a vascular bundle: intrafascicular cambium.
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En las demas cabezas del MTB no se evidencio esta correlacion, posiblemente a que este estudio se limito a la descripcion de los PM, sin evaluar el recorrido nervioso intrafascicular, escenario en donde podrian surgir varios PM que permitiria evidenciar la correlacion entre longitud del musculo y numero de PM.
These authors call for caution when motor nerve or mixed nerve is damaged because then the surgeon should consider using nerve (intrafascicular) graft.
PRP was locally administered into the intrafascicular and epineural spaces during surgery in this case.
The pathology report was consistent with inflammatory necrotizing myopathy (intrafascicular inflammation with muscle atrophy, the inflammation is predominantly intrafascicular with actively necrotic muscle fibers) (Figures 3 and 4).
We also recommend adding pressure monitors to avoid possible intrafascicular spread during administration of these blocks [15].
The presence of blood flow signals in the perineural plexus or intrafascicular vessels indicated hypervascularity of the nerve (Figure 6).
The projects in progress include an Implantable Myoelectric Recording Array for Control of Prostheses that will improve the speed and control of prosthetic arm movement compared to surface arrays; Multisite, Intrafascicular Stimulation for Stance, which is implanted in the peripheral nerves to communicate with nerve fibers and control muscle movement; and Enhancing Neuroprosthesis Performance with Nerve Cuff Electrodes.
In moderate compression in which there is a fixed inhibition in intraneural microcirculation along with epineural and intrafascicular edema and in which intraneural fibrosis can also be seen, decreased vibratory sense, positive proactive tests, tenar weakness, abnormal sensation complaints are present.
Signals from those sensors were sent to "transversal intrafascicular multichannel electrodes" planted in nerves in the remaining part of Sorensen's arm.
[26] Intrafascicular injection of dexamethasone produces minimal injury, while methyl prednisolone has shown to cause intermediate damage.
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