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denervation

 [de″ner-va´shun]
interruption of the nerve connection to an organ or part.

de·ner·va·tion

(dē'nĕr-vā'shŭn),
Loss of nerve supply.

de·ner·va·tion

(dē'nĕr-vā'shŭn)
Loss of nerve supply.

denervation

Loss of the nerve supply to a part of the body, by deliberate surgical act or by a disease process.

de·ner·va·tion

(dē'nĕr-vā'shŭn)
Loss of nerve supply.
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The global Renal Denervation Market size is expected to reach USD 1.03 billion by 2026, according to a new report by the Grand View Research, Inc.
As there is no universal protocol regarding the modus operandi of renal denervation, the difference in the techniques and strategies of proceduralists while carrying out the procedure should have affected the results, which has also not been detailed in the study.
Evaluation of LID Severity: All of the 6-OHDA-lesioned rats with severe dopaminergic denervation and treated with chronic intermittent L-dopa-benserazide injections developed dyskinesia and demonstrated increased number of contralateral turning behavior during the 21 days of L-dopa treatment period.
Renal sympathetic denervation in patients with treatment-resistant hypertension (The Symplicity HTN-2 Trial): A randomised controlled trial.
Abnormalities signifying denervation may be detected on MRI in cases of early PTS, such as diffuse high signal intensity, or atrophy and fatty infiltration in later stages of PTS.
We believe the lung herniation presented here was likely caused by a combination of events including denervation of muscle in the third intercostal space, resulting from distant VATS, and soft tissue damage from radiation.
Renal Denervation. RDN was carried out at one single invasive cardiovascular center and performed by one single experienced invasive cardiologist with a record of 45 procedures before initiating the current protocol.
Sympathetic dysfunction was somewhat unexpected because the cholinergic denervation of the pupils led us to think that vagal denervation would be the sole abnormality in the HRV.
In line with this observation, sudomotor denervation has been reported in patients with MSA indicating postganglionic impairment of the sympathetic nervous system which may contribute alongside degeneration of central autonomic structures to dysautonomia in these patients [16].
Limb disuse due to denervation (DN) causes musculoskeletal atrophy accompanied by a reduction in muscle tissue capillary supply.
et al (2012) Bilateral cardiac sympathetic denervation for the management of electrical storm.