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fascicular

 [fah-sik´u-ler]
clustered together; pertaining to or arranged in bundles or clusters; pertaining to a fascicle.

fas·cic·u·lar

(fa-sik'yū-lăr),
Relating to a fasciculus; arranged in the form of a bundle or collection of rods.

fascicular

/fas·cic·u·lar/ (fah-sik´u-lar)
1. pertaining to a fasciculus.

fascicular

(fə-sĭk′yə-lər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or composed of fascicles.

fas·cic′u·lar·ly adv.

fascicular

[fəsik′yələr]
Etymology: L, fasciculus, little bundle
pertaining to something arranged as a bundle of rods, such as groups of nerve or muscle fibers.

fas·cic·u·lar

(fă-sik'yū-lăr)
Relating to a fasciculus; arranged in the form of a bundle or collection of rods.

fascicular

see CAMBIUM.

fascicular

clustered together; pertaining to or arranged in bundles or clusters; pertaining to a fascicle.

fascicular block
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Fascicular groups going to the tibialis anterior, gastrocnemius, and soleus muscles were identified and traced distal to proximal on the map.
It is an inflammatory disease of CNS oligodendrocytes, with an onset age of between 20 and 50 years, which can cause de-myelination (and, hence, conduction block) of the fascicular portion of any of the ocular motor nerves, although it typically affects other pathways in the brain (eg the MLF) or of CNS origin (eg the optic nerve), and so is more likely to cause other symptoms in this age group.
If electrical continuity is not present, fascicular nerve grafts are usually required after internal neurolysis.
Clinically, second-degree block in the intrahisian or infrahisian system is indicative of impending high-grade or complete heart block, which may occur paroxysmally, and hemodynamic survival depends on the emergence of a low junctional (distal His), fascicular, or idioventricular rhythm.
Our objectives for this project were to determine (1) the branching patterns, branch-free lengths, and nerve diameters of the branches of the human femoral nerve; and (2) the fascicular representation of distal nerve branches at the level of the compound femoral nerve.
The characteristic electrocardiography patterns suggestive of the LMCA as culprit vessel are (1): ST depression in leads II, III or aVF (highest sensitivity 88%), ST elevation in both aVR and aVL (highest specificity 98%), ST elevation in aVR less than the ST elevation in V1 and right bundle branch block and left anterior fascicular block.
The ECG changes can vary from sinus tachycardia, arrhythmias (complete heart block, AV conduction abnormalities to supraventricular tachycardia, ventricular tachycardia), fascicular blocks, ST segment changes that may be diffuse or generalised making it difficult to differentiate from an acute ischaemic event (5).
Histopathology documented that the tumor was composed of a mixture of a cell-rich fascicular area and a hypocellular area with myxoid matrix.
Fascicular arrangement of spindle cells with uniform, oval, vesicular nuclei without atypia (Hematoxylin and eosin stain, x200).
Direct nerve repair is categorized into three types, namely, epineural, perineural, and group fascicular repair and nerve grafting is performed by using autografts, allografts, and xenografts.
In some areas, the epithelioid, fusiform, and spindled tumor cells had moderate amphophilic cytoplasm, with moderate to severe nuclear atypia, and were arranged in solid sheets with vague storiform and fascicular patterns (Figure 1, E).