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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

Synonyms for nerve

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The absence of cutaneous alterations on histology does not exclude the diagnosis of PNL, but as it is less invasive than the nerve biopsy, skin biopsy should be the first option.
In patients with CIP the pain stimulus is not properly transmitted to the central nervous system due to an alteration of the structure or function of the sensory pathways that becomes evident as abnormalities on NCS and nerve biopsy (1,3-6).
Axonal neuropathy was diagnosed by electrophysiology and nerve biopsy findings with active axonal degeneration, mild fiber loss and without inflammation.
As already explained above, the peripheral nerve biopsy is completely normal.
Coverage encompasses MRI-targeted fascicular nerve biopsy, scientific reports on new molecular genetic insights, and autonomic disorders, with the bulk of the chapters consisting of illustrated case studies on the evaluation and management of the most common peripheral nerve disorders, with discussion of diagnosis, clinical features, imaging, histopathology, and other aspects.
A sural nerve biopsy can distinguish inflammatory and genetic neuropathies.
The data were further supported by sural nerve biopsy and cutaneous nerve biopsy studies (Kuo et al.
A sural nerve biopsy disclosed a moderately severe depopulation of myelinated nerve fibers.
3] The diagnosis can be made by light microscopic evaluation of a sural nerve biopsy.
Further investigations like nerve biopsy, nerve conduction studies and fine needle aspiration cytology were done in patients with diagnostic uncertainty and to exclude other causes of peripheral neuropathy like diabetes mellitus, alcoholism, hepatitis B or C, HIV, rheumatoid/rheumatic diseases, toxic and drug-induced neuropathies and hereditary neuropathies.
2] In clinical practice, there is no doubt that the histopathological assessment by an experienced pathologist of a representative skin and/or nerve biopsy and enumeration of bacilli provides information as significant as that derived from the clinical examination of the patient.
Nerve biopsy demonstrated severe loss of myelinated fibers in seven cases and amyloid deposits in three.
in press) performed the nerve biopsy to prove the axonal polyneuropathy.
These tests may be followed by a nerve biopsy or a genetic analysis to determine a definitive neuromuscular disorder.
A sural nerve biopsy showed vasculitis consistent with Churg-Strauss syndrome.