The use of P/D and P/N graphs was of great importance to evaluate the changes in salt and water excretion from denervated
kidneys subjected to the action of a vasoconstricting substance which could contribute to an elevated MAP.
Satellite cells on isolated myofibre from normal and denervated
adult rat muscle.
20) For example, flaps are partially denervated
as they are moved, thus poor pain sensation of the site does not accurately predict the likelihood of flap survival.
As described earlier, the right forelimb did not influence this measurement because it was denervated
64), in a case report, describe the surgical procedure of sciatic nerve repair using so-called "sensitive protection of denervated
muscle" (transfer of the saphenous nerve partly in front of the anterior tibial muscle and partly in front of the gastrocnemic muscle).
peripheral nerve injuries have specific patterns with autonomic changes, such as anhydrosis of the same area and weakness of denervated
If a muscle is denervated
, healthy motor nerves and their axons may later reinnervate the muscle.
Furthermore, the signal changes seen in denervated
muscle depend on the time course of the underlying pathology.
Therefore, bone loss is an inevitable consequence in a denervated
By the mid-1960s, considerable information had been obtained on many aspects of heart transplantation, such as the development of an uncomplicated surgical technique, preservation of the myocardium during interruption of coronary blood flow, adequate function of the anatomically denervated
transplanted heart postoperatively, and the diagnosis and treatment of acute rejection.
The patient with urinary obstruction may not complain of typical renal colic as the transplant kidney is denervated
Hypohidrosis Lack of sweating in denervated
areas in response to rise in temperature.