dermatomal


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dermatomal

pertaining to a dermatome.

dermatomal mapping
designation of regions of the body, the extent of each corresponding to the distribution of the dorsal root axons.
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During the treatment process, dermatomal pain, maculopapular rash, and difficulty in urination (globe vesicale) developed (Figure 1).
Illustration of the dermatomal sensory supply to the breast
These lesions develop in a dermatomal distribution (thoracic and lumbar dermatomes are most common).
Herpes zoster ophthalmicus is an acute dermatomal infection that occurs with the reactivation of VZV It frequently causes vesicular desquamation in the periorbital region and the skin of the forehead (2).
The bolus anesthetic injection into this neurovascular fascial plane provides the anesthesiologist to block the dermatomal afferents of T7-11 intercostal nerves, T12 subcostal nerve, ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric nerves, and cutaneous branches of L1-3 nerves [8,9].
Herpes zoster usually presents as a unilateral dermatomal vesicular eruption with associated pain.
What we're trying to do is to use structural variation in the brain to identify spatial patterns in brain structure that help to identify people who have brain features in common, just as the pattern of dermatomal ridges on your finger can identify specific individuals with great accuracy.
RHS usually occurred in host with immunocompromise by reactivation of herpes virus which was described with dermatomal herpetic rash, unilateral facial paralysis, vertigo, tinitus, hearing loss, nausea, vomiting, and often associated with acute otalgia.
2 Although segmental leiomyomas are called zosteriform leiomyoma by some writers, these do not show a dermatomal distribution.
5% experimento dolor o parestesias en un patron difuso o no dermatomal.
The dermatomal sensory block levels (assessed with ice) in the EA group ranged from T4 to T12 and in the TAP group from T9 to L1.