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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

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sup][6] reported that facial and chorda tympani nerve injury occurred in 1 of 434 (0.
From February 2013 to April 2014, 180 patients (180 ears, 116 males and 64 females) with profound sensorineural hearing loss underwent successful cochlear implantation with no damage to the chorda tympani nerve in Department of Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery of Beijing Friendship Hospital.
Observations on the pathology of chorda tympani nerve in temporal bone sections.
Taste function after section of the chorda tympani nerve in middle ear surgery.
was used to measure (1) the angle between the facial nerve and the chorda tympani nerve and (2) the distance between the takeoff point of the chorda tympani and the posteriormost prominent point of the short process of the incus (PPP-SPI).
Topographical relationships among the facial nerve, chorda tympani nerve and round window with special reference to the approach route for cochlear implant surgery.
A second plaque of tympanosclerosis was seen medial to the neck of the malleus, bridging the gap between it and the cochleariform process and extending to the chorda tympani nerve.
In the 98 cases in which scutum-lowering was performed, no damage to the ossicular chain or chorda tympani nerve occurred.
The chorda tympani nerve comes off rostrally, courses ventrally to the first pharyngeal pouch, and enters the mandibular arch.
The postauticular nerve can be clearly seen distal to the chorda tympani nerves, and it divides into cranial and caudal branches.
The nervus intermedius is a clear-cut anatomic structure of approximately the same diameter as the chorda tympani nerve.
The position of the chorda tympani nerve is abnormally inferior.
The chorda tympani nerve is seen through the tympanic membrane crossing the tympanum at the widest diameter of the tympanic ring.
To elucidate the neural mechanisms of such age-related changes in taste preference and sensitivity, electrophysiological experiments examined taste response characteristics of chorda tympani nerves.
The researchers observed no significant differences in activity of the chorda tympani nerves by taste stimuli across the different age groups.