microlesion

microlesion

 [mi´kro-le″zhun]
a minute lesion.

microlesion

a minute lesion.
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But, according to the published study, some of this initial benefit could be attributable to the microlesion effect, "commonly observed in Parkinson's disease where the mere insertion of a DBS electrode can produce transient clinical benefits.
Motor symptoms may be alleviated immediately after surgery because of the microlesion and edema created by irritation of tissue produced by the mere passage of the electrode into the STN.
Elle peut provenir d'un effort, d'une torsion inhabituelle ou de l'accumulation de microlesions causees par des mouvements repetitifs.
It imparts natural re mineralization of subsurface and dental enamel, removes plaque without being abrasive, whitens enamel without relying on chemical and abrasive artificial treatment, repairs and reverses dental microlesions and reduces dental hypersensitivity.
This is of special interest in atherosclerosis and CVD; repair processes after microlesions are promoted.
Larger mucosal surface area, microlesions caused during sex (particularly forced sex), and the presence of more HIV in semen than in vaginal secretions all contribute to women's greater vulnerability to STDs and HIV.
html) reports that >90% of disease-causing mutations in humans are attributable to microlesions, such as single-base substitutions and small deletions and/or insertions, rather than gross lesions (repeat expansions, complex gene rearrangements, gross insertions and/or deletions).
Ce comportement [beaucoup moins que]peut entraEner des microlesions des vertebres qui ne sont pas encore ossifiees et l'ecrasement du cartilage des disques intervertebraux[beaucoup plus grand que].