endplate


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the flattened end of a motor neuron that transmits neural impulses to a muscle

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Structural design was entirely conventional, evolutionary, and followed the proven practice of the day for designing ball mills: a fabricated steel grinding chamber with cast steel endplates, supported on trunnion mounted, journal type, hydrodynamic bearings.
Presently 13 different baseplates, having 22 different endplates, are
In conjunction, the backbone of the technology is predicated on controlled and precise in-situ placement of bone graft material directly into the implanted device, to achieve maximum contact with the adjacent vertebral endplates.
sup][12] A muscle strip containing motor endplates was removed from the ventral costal region of the left hemidiaphragm and blotted dry.
5 front corner assembly, which consisted of a rotating cylinder with an inverted single-element airfoil placed in front with a flat plate attached as an endplate.
Nevertheless, 2 months after surgery, a new Xray revealed a considerable progression of the initial lesion which now included the vertebral body of L4 as well as the L3-L4 disk; there had been complete collapse of the disc and major erosion of the upper vertebral endplate of L4 (Figure 5).
A transverse line was constructed along the superior endplate of the cephalic end vertebral body, and another transverse line was constructed along the inferior endplate of the caudal end vertebral body.
The design of the TCS is consistent with the rest of the company's interbody device portfolio by allowing for endplate sparing and apophyseal fixation and the incorporation of large windows and large internal volumes to allow for significant bone graft packing, clear CT (computed tomography) and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), desired bone graft loading, and the ability to pack additional bone graft material within the device following implantation.
One of those involved Button at the hairpin as an attempt by Hamilton to pass culminated in the latter losing the front-wing endplate from his Mercedes.
Post-inflammatory changes are known as 'shiny corners, which appear as sclerotic lesions in the same anatomical location on the vertebral endplate.
The cast stainless steel rotary airlock valves feature the RotorRail[TM] design that enables full validation access to the rotor and all internal surfaces of the housing without time-consuming disassembly of the endplate, or the concern for accurate rotor re-alignment during re-assembly.
Apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) values, T2 signal intensity and height of the five lumbar intervertebral discs were measured and disc and endplate degenerations were graded.
The series features the RotorRail[TM] design that enables full validation access to the rotor and all internal surfaces of the housing without time-consuming disassembly of the endplate, or the concern for accurate rotor I realignment during reassembly.
De la Rosa retired after Sutil hit the rear of his car on lap 26, damaging the diffuser and endplate.
By shifting the injury closer to the target muscle, regeneration of the proximal nerve stump can reach the motor endplate before degradation.