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innervated

adjective Containing or characterized by nerves
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Normally, the dorsal scapular nerve contains only motor fibres, but an old dissection case report (17) describes sensory fibres from the nerve that innervated a small area of skin at the level of the fifth and sixth thoracic vertebrae.
Our results do not show the exact number of neurons innervating single FSCs, however, we were able to determine that 40% of all labelled neurons in this study that innervated FSCs were in fact club-like endings.
6,18,19] Muscle flaps, such as gracilis, covered by skin grafts are an alternative, but lack sensation; if the muscle flaps are innervated to preserve bulk, they may cause unwanted contraction; conversely, if they are denervated, they can atrophy over time.
We could not obtain MAC SNAP and we showed chronic neurogenic changes in C8/T1 and median/ulnar/radial nerve innervated muscles.
The nasal dorsum is innervated by the supra- and infratrochlear nerves, which are blocked at its location just medial to the eyebrow.
Routine EDX screening test for ulnar neuropathy at elbow consists of recording an ulnar innervated hand muscle (ADM), with stimulation at elbow and 5cm above the elbow.
Like other invertebrate motor systems, the buccal musculature of Helisoma is innervated by both motor and modulatory neurons.
The genital area is innervated by branches from the sacral plexus, which include parasympathetic nerve fibres.
Leaves are innervated by branching veins, and the small, cup-shaped flower has five petals.
The muscle fibers are innervated via nerve receptors such as muscle spindles, which control proprioceptors (body position sensors; see Figure 1 ).
The periodontal tissues are innervated by sensory fibers of the maxillary and mandibular divisions of the trigeminal nerve.
Air pollutants might serve as low-level irritants of structures innervated by the trigeminal nerve or trigger headache through other mechanisms, Dr.