motor nerve

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Results showed that mesenchymal stem cells turn into cells similar to motor nerve cells on electrospun gelatin, and they express the unique properties of these cells on the surface of gene and protein.
It is intended to locate and map motor nerve roots and their peripheral extensions originating from spinal levels C3-T1 and L2-S2.
The prevalence and causes of palsies affecting the ocular motor nerves have been evaluated in a number of large, retrospective studies of patient records.
Motor nerve blockade was likely achieved in 3 ducks, as evidenced by post-anesthetic wing droop and decreased wing-flapping ability.
Subdural injections thus usually pool in the posterior segment, sparing the anterior nerve roots that carry the sympathetic and motor nerve fibres (15).
At this point the motor nerve to the long head of the triceps is identified and coapted to the anterior branch of the axillary nerve restoring innervation to the deltoid muscle.
polyneuropathy (paresthesias, stocking-glove sensory loss, hyperactive tendon reflexes, and slowed sensory and motor nerve conduction velocities); and
Parkinson's disease is caused by the destruction of brain cells that produce the motor nerve messenger chemical dopamine.
Connector nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord link your sensory nerve cells to your motor nerve cells, allowing you to make decisions.
The first electrophysiologic study of the peripheral nervous system in neonates and young children whose mothers drank alcohol heavily during pregnancy found slower ulnar motor nerve velocity and smaller proximal and distal amplitude in 17 children exposed to more than 2 ounces of alcohol per day in utero, compared with 13 children whose mothers did not drink during pregnancy (J.
Motor Neuron Diseases Progressive degeneration of motor nerve cells in the spinal cord prevents the transmission of signals to the muscles.
Motor seizure is a temporary disturbance in brain function caused by abnormal nerve signals that begin in a local motor nerve area of the brain.
Breakthrough research funded by CVS/pharmacy and ALS Therapy Alliance cites two new genes that control outgrowth of motor nerve terminals; suppressing one gene may prolong human survival of ALS
Sensitivity for the motor nerve conduction study was 2000 [micro]V, and for the sensory or mixed nerve conduction, it was 10 [micro]V.
Checkpoint Surgical produces the Checkpoint Stimulator/Locator, which is a state-of-the-art, handheld, intra-operative nerve and muscle stimulator that helps surgeons locate, identify and evaluate motor nerve function in surgical procedures.