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ner·vi

(ner'vī),
Plural of nervus.
[L.]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

ner·vi

(nĕr'vī)
Plural of nervus.
[L.]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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The increasing compartment pressure in the nerve causes more compression of the nervi nervorum causing further pain and fibroblast proliferation, and continued fibrosis.
Pier Luigi Nervi, Palazzo del Lavoro, Turin, 1961-2016, which emphasizes the pure beauty of Nervi's architecture, the majestic columns and nimble ceiling ribs, in contrast to the rubble on the ground, placing the classicism of the modern in a heightened visual and psychological tension with the devastation of the modern.
The incidence of a variant artery accompanying the median nerve (NM), usually termed as the median artery Arteria comitans nervi mediani (ACNM--According to Terminologia Anatomica 1998) [6], is reported to very large extent from 0.6% to 53% (Table 1).
Devrient, C., Morton's Neuralgia nervi plantaris externi im Metatarsophalangealgelink IV St.
I ritmi del jazz snodano le cerniere di stoffa del nostro adorabile pupazzo senza nervi e ne battono gli scatti a tempo.
accenna, al principio, a chiamare i fanti partecipi del suo straordinario gioco di muscoli e di nervi, ma poi ripiega piu comprensivamente sul riconoscimento di questa doppia verita della guerra: che per gli uni e energica prova intensamente e soggettivamente partecipata, per gli altri e duro sacrifizio rassegnatamente e collettivamente subito; come per gli uni e coscienza delle cause e dei fini, per gli altri e ubbidienza al proprio destino.
He frequented more often Vado Ligure and Albisola, having met Manlio Trucco (Laboratorio la Fenice, Christ Drinking Bile, displayed at the 3rd Biennial of Monza in 1927, with a matt orange-peel finish, like that also used by the Futurists at MGA of Giuseppe Mazzotti and the factory of Ivos Pacetti in Albisola), Mario Labo (architect from Genova) and the ILCA Nervi (Industria ligure ceramiche artistiche).
In addition, the tunica adventitia of large arteries and veins contains a system of vessels, called vasa vasorum, that supply blood to the vascular walls themselves, as well as a network of autonomic nerves, called nervi vascularis, that control contraction of the smooth muscle in the vessel walls.
The role of nervi nervorum in facial and retroauricular pain in BP has been explained by Han in a recent paper [18].