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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 influence of age, height and body mass index on median, ulnar, common peroneal and sural nerves.
The device measures nerve conduction velocity and response amplitude of the sural nerve, a nerve in the lower leg and ankle.
At the midpoint of the gastrocnemius muscles, the sural nerve penetrates the deep fascia.
The technique of bridging the sectional spinal cord using autologous (derived from the patient) sural nerve grafts has been used in animal studies for three decades, but never in combination with OECs, commented the doctors.
The prominent characteristics of the disease include fever due to anhidrosis, absence of sense of pain, painless ulcers in the structures inside the mouth and extremities, self-harm behavior, mild to severe mental retardation, myelination defect in the sural nerve biopsy and loss of small myelinized fibers.
These results tend to be in partly agreement with the research findings from Delwaide and associates [25] in which they found that mild stimulation (2-3 times ST) of the sural nerve caused a brief increase of the soleus muscle's H-reflex, whereas a strong (painful) stimulus caused a brief decrease of the soleus H-reflex.
The EMG and ENG, which were performed at six weeks, four months, six months and eleven months after the procedure, did not show signs of recovery; the surgical procedure for a graft of the sural nerve, which was performed fifteen months following the damage, led to the transient resolution of pain, which re-appeared twenty-five months after the damage when no motor recovery was observed;
Interposition sural nerve grafting during radical retropubic prostatectomy.
Sural nerve biopsies from these patients showed increased inflammation involving the epi- and endoneurium.
decrease in sensory conduction velocity, increase in latency and slight decrease in amplitude of median and sural nerve.
Harvested sural nerve is then coapted to the distal ends of selected zygomaticobuccal branches; the sural nerve can be split longitudinally for a better size match.
The anatomic features of the sural nerve with an emphasis on its clinical importance.
Of the five peripheral nerves supplying the foot, four travel in close proximity to vessels: the deep peroneal (lateral to anterior tibial artery), posterior tibial (posterior to posterior tibial artery), saphenous (long saphenous vein) and the sural nerve (short saphenous vein).
We tested the effectiveness of a novel nerve repair technique in which a 5-cm long radial nerve gap was repaired using two sural nerve graft surrounded by a collage tube filled with pure fibrin.