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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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Panoramic view showing diffuse thickened ulnar nerve with disrupted fascicular pattern.
Alteraciones electrocardiograficas encontradas en la poblacion general Alteraciones electrocardiograficas Frecuencia % Bradicardia sinusal 17 28 Bloqueo fascicular anterosuperior del HH 13 21 Desviacion del eje cardiaco a la izquierda 6 10 Sobrecarga sistolica del ventriculo izquierdo 4 7 Bloqueo fascicular anterior del HH 3 5 Hipertrofia ventricular izquierda 3 5 Taquicardia sinusal 3 5 Trastorno inespecifico de la repolarizacion 3 5 Hipertrofia auricular izquierda 2 3 Arritmia sinusal respiratoria 2 Extrasistole ventricular aislada 2 Isquemia subepicardica anteroseptal 2 Isquemia subepicardica lateral 2 Lesion subepicardica anteroseptal 2 Ondas T negativas de ramas asimetricas 2 Zona electrica inactivable anteroseptal 2 Total 61 100 Abreviaturas: HH--Haz de His.
Combination of intraneural injection and high injection pressure leads to fascicular injury and neurologic deficits in dogs.
causes of nuclear and fascicular lesions are similar, except that demyelination may affect the fasciculus.
The stromal changes range from classical PASH, as in our case, to more proliferative lesions where the spindle cells may even feature a fascicular arrangement.
5 MHz linear transducer, gray scale, General Electric Medical Systems, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA) pointed out an "eye-shaped", demarcated, hypoechoic bulging mass with regard to articular effusion that was in close contact with the "contoured eyebrow-shaped" fascicular PIN.
In an effort to organize nomenclature for fascia provided by the FICAT, we developed a functional classification system which includes four categories of fascia: i) linking, ii) fascicular, iii) compression, and iv) separating fasciae.
Ante la marcada hipotonia, se realiza electromiografia reportada como normal y la velocidad de conduccion nerviosa muestra afectacion motora severa con dismielinizacion secundaria, se decide toma de biopsia muscular y del nervio safeno externo, la cual indico atrofia fascicular neurogenica y confirmo el diagnostico de sindrome de Wernig Hoffmann.
The fascicular anatomy of two human sciatic nerves has been examined by McKinley [17] and Sunderland and Ray [18].
The usual electrocardiographic abnormality is fascicular block which can lead to advanced types of AVB, generally associated with syncope.
Coverage encompasses MRI-targeted fascicular nerve biopsy, scientific reports on new molecular genetic insights, and autonomic disorders, with the bulk of the chapters consisting of illustrated case studies on the evaluation and management of the most common peripheral nerve disorders, with discussion of diagnosis, clinical features, imaging, histopathology, and other aspects.