innervation


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Synonyms for innervation

the neural or electrical arousal of an organ or muscle or gland

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the distribution of nerve fibers to an organ or body region

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As the affected cutaneous region was well-demarcated with its sensory innervation area and NCSs confirmed its axonal involvement, allodynia was regarded as a result of secondary central sensitization triggered by the disturbance of superficial peroneal nerve in this case, rather than a central pain secondary to thalamic involvement.
The rich innervation of the mammalian prostate is essential for maintaining its structure and function, and this innervation is mainly composed of the parasympathetic cholinergic nerve and the sympathetic adrenal nerve.
5) Innervation to the extensor pollicis longus (EPL), extensor digiti minimi (EDM), extensor pollicis brevis (EPB), and extensor indicis proprius (EIP) follows as the PIN gives off its most distal motor branch on average 11.
The median nerve does not have cutaneous or motor branches in the arm, but in the forearm it provides motor innervation to the anterior compartment, except for the flexor carpi ulnaris and half of the flexor digitorum profundus.
suggesting that as long as a sufficient portion of the DA innervation is maintained, serotonin innervation generated by the grafted serotonin neurons will have limited effect on the severity of LID [42].
In order to relate the labelled axon to entire patterns of innervation in the skin, immunofluoro-histochemistry was employed to visualize nerve fibers using primary antibodies to protein gene product 9.
Anatomical description of the facet joint innervation and its implication in the treatment of recurrent back pain.
Median-ulnar nerve communications and anomalous innervation of the intrinsic hand muscles: an electrophysiological study.
The knowledge of its innervation to pronator teres is of utmost importance in understanding the several presentation of pronator teres syndrome, in investigating the median nerve lesions, to design satisfactory treatment, and to avoid iatrogenic injuries during operations.
Based on the innervation of this muscular slip, the embryological origin can be established.
The parasympathetic innervation of the pupil consists of four neurons comprising afferent and efferent pathways (see Figure 1).
A finding in the physical examination that aided in the diagnosis was intense pain along the sciatic nerve innervation while standing, possibly due to nerve compression by contraction of the gluteal muscles.
Citations were reviewed by authors Gupta and Finlayson, yielding 7 articles relevant to hip joint radiofrequency in a clinical setting, and 18 articles relevant to hip joint innervation or surgical neurectomy.
According to some studies sparing of antropyloric innervation results in near normal gastric emptying and with preservation of extragastric vagal innervations, the incidence of post vagotomy diarrhoea and dumping is minimal.