Tinel

Tin·el

(tē-nel'),
Jules, French neurologist, 1879-1952. See: Tinel sign.
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Palpation of the ischial spine or pudendal nerve precipitates a tingling sensation with paresthesia or pain commonly known as Tinel's sign.
Novateur Coffee Concepts chairman and managing director Patrick Pesengco, Discovery Primea GM David Pardo de Ayala and Nespresso Asia head Renaud Tinel.
Tinel, Phalen, and Spurling signs were negative bilaterally.
The company is an example of how Argentine companies can compete successfully in the world and create jobs where they are most needed," said David Tinel, IFC regional manager for the Southern Cone.
Provocative tests such as positive Phalen and Tinel tests are very specific for CTS.
The CTS group consisted of 546 subjects with clinical symptoms and findings of CTS (e.g., numbness, tingling, paresthesia, pain or sensory deficits in the median nerve distribution, weakness of the abductor pollicis brevis muscle, and a positive Tinel's test) and abnormal nerve conduction studies.
The classic test of nerve compression include Tinel's (Light percussion over the volar aspect of wrist elicits tingling sensation) and Phalen manoeuvre (Flexion of the wrist to 90 degrees for 30 to 60 secs aggravate paraesthesia).
claim that positive Tinel's sign carries a high predictive value for schwannoma although they had a series of 8 patients (3).
Having coffee is a ritual, I have coffee six to 10 times a day,' Nespresso head of Asia Renaud Tinel declared.