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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

Synonyms for nerve

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The first case presented with a left eye lagophthalmos, bilateral enlargement of the great auricular, ulnar, median and radial cutaneous nerves.
Then, it was suspected an impingement of the ulnar nerve and the antebrachial cutaneous nerve at the level of the axilla, but the cause of the compression was found to be the dorsoepicondylar medial muscle.
This flap is normally insensate, but the inclusion of the lateral cutaneous nerve of the intercostal nerve of T12 can provide sensation.
Long-term success rates after an anterior neurectomy in patients with an abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome.
In the present study, in the "3 in 1" block, femoral nerve was blocked in 100% of cases; Obturator nerve in 92% cases; lateral femoral cutaneous nerve was blocked in 84% of cases.
The third mechanism is the pain is caused by the stretching of the cutaneous nerves from the thoracic posterior primary rami to the area due to scapula winging--similar to the mechanism proposed to explain NP--even though the pain may be there in the absence of scapular winging.
Ultrasound-guided lateral femoral cutaneous nerve block: comparison of two techniques.
Table 3: Number of subjects with sensory blockade of the dermatomes Th12/S3 and the skin area innervated by the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve after ultrasound/MRI fusion guided (n = 26) versus ultrasound guided (n = 26) lumbosacral plexus blockade with the Suprasacral Parallel Shift technique.
3) during this approach include the medial sural cutaneous nerve as it runs laterally along the small saphenous vein to innervate skin on the posterior lower leg.
Using smaller-gauge (27-30 G) needle is highly recommended to reduce injection pain as it is less traumatic with lesser potential to hit the cutaneous nerve endings and hence higher potential of being pain free.10,13
Depending on the time of nerve management, the surgical treatment of the peripheral nerve injury involves three techniques: primary suture, secondary suture (up to 3 weeks after injury) and free autogenic cutaneous nerve grafting [15].
The branches from the anterior divisions are mainly to the sartorius muscle and two cutaneous branches, that is, the medial cutaneous nerve of thigh and the intermediate cutaneous branch of thigh.
Cutaneous nerve stimulation and motoneuron excitability, I: soleus and tibialis anterior excitability after ipsilateral and contralateral sural nerve stimulation.
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