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muscle wasting caused by loss of motor innervation of muscle (unlike disuse atrophy).
1. forming nervous tissue, or stimulating nervous energy.
2. originating in the nervous system.
wasting of a muscle due to damage to its peripheral nerve supply.
colic in the horse, caused by stimulation of nerve supply to intestine by verminous aneurysm. Colic is spasmodic.
elevation of body temperature due to a lesion, e.g. spontaneous hemorrhage, in the hypothalamus.
neurogenic lung edema
pulmonary edema as a consequence of acute brain injury.
neurogenic muscular atrophy
see neurogenic atrophy (above).
the muscle lesions resulting from interruption of its nerve supply.