epineural


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epineural

 [ep″ĭ-noor´al]
situated upon a neural arch.

ep·i·neu·ral

(ep'i-nū'răl),
On a neural arch of a vertebra.

ep·i·neu·ral

(ep'i-nūr'ăl)
On a neural arch of a vertebra.
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On the oral surface, the epineural folds fuse in the radial positions to enclose the developing epineural canals along each arm.
There were 25 patients who underwent primary epineural repair for 31 proper digital nerve and flexor tendon zone 2 lacerations (18 fingers of 13 men and 13 fingers of 12 women).
Eight patients (29.6%) with type A sciatic nerve involvement underwent complete resection of the sciatic nerve, and the remaining 19 patients with type B nerve involvement underwent epineural dissection.
PRP was locally administered into the intrafascicular and epineural spaces during surgery in this case.
Proximally, the nerve is fixed by an epineural suture (short arrow) to the nearby muscle aponeurosis to prevent withdrawal of the proximal stump after nerve cut.
Anteriormente, ya se observaba que la sutura epineural de los nervios perifericos no conseguian una recuperacion funcional satisfactoria en gran numero de casos debido al aporte sanguineo insuficiente (10); la revascularizacion nerviosa luego de una sutura puede ser promovida con la reparacion de los tejidos adyacentes (14).
Based on the injury type, the nerve repair biomaterial market is segmented into epineural nerve repair, perineural nerve repair, and group fascicular repair.
All epineural sutures consisted of 10/0 monofilament nylon and were placed using an operating microscope (Carl-Zeiss, Germany).
There are two aspects of vascular damage (8) in microvascular complications namely underperfusion and overperfusion that leads to retinal haemorrhages and epineural haemorrhage seen in nerve biopsies.
Nerve repair segment is further segmented based on repair type into epineural repair, perineural repair and group fascicular repair.
Coaptation of the nerve flap was performed using epineural sutures (Nylon 8.0).