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Synonyms for nerve

tension

get on someone's nerves

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nerve yourself

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  • brace yourself
  • prepare yourself
  • steel yourself
  • fortify yourself
  • gear yourself up
  • gee yourself up

Synonyms for nerve

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The improved outcome after complete dissection can be rationalized as follows; "total dissection of the recurrent nerve over its entire cervical course precludes an incorrect alignment," it also allows the surgeon to verify the anatomic integrity of the nerve and to identify extra-laryngeal ramifications.
Risk factors for recurrent nerve palsy: a statistical analysis of 7566 thyroid operations.
2000; Netter, 1981), leads to speculation that surgical technique and handling of the recurrent nerve during surgery is an important consideration to the risk of vocal chord injury.
Risk factors for recurrent nerve palsy after thyroid surgery: a national study of patients treated at Danish departments of ENT head and neck surgery.
The complications referred to by the author are hematomas, granulomas, thickening of the mucosa, edema, subluxacion of the aritenoid cartilage and recurrent nerve palsy.
It is possible that stretching of the vagus nerve by the aneurysm might have affected the cranial accessory branches that form the recurrent nerve.
In 1999 a new study was designed because of remaining questions regarding underlying mechanisms of neuropathy, treatment of acute and recurrent nerve damage and reactions, and early diagnosis of nerve damage.
Tracheal diverticula have been reported to be associated with chronic cough, recurrent nerve paralysis, and/or cervical neck swelling.
Nerve integrity monitoring for routine parotid and thyroid surgery goes beyond the standard of care for these procedures and has not been proven to reduce nerve injury, (15,16) yet many surgeons, nonetheless, monitor the facial and recurrent nerve but not the SAN.
However, this patient experienced right vocal fold paralysis after surgical removal, which suggests that this neoplasm arose from the recurrent nerve.
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