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.

epineural

situated upon a neural arch.

epineural capping
the surgical procedure of folding the epineurium over the proximal end of a transected nerve and suturing it in place helps to prevent the development of painful neuroma.
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The degree of constriction was such that it could retard, but not arrest circulation through the superficial epineural vasculature.
in the early 90's revived the technique in the experimental field and even though he reported end-to-side anastomosis with and without epineural windows in the rat (6,7), histological and functional evidence with regard to the supposed barrier effect by the epineurum when a window is not performed continue till this date to be matters of debate (5,8).
Alem disso, eles isolam o microambiente, possibilitando o acumulo de fatores troficos e de crescimento, reduzem a invasao de tecido conjuntivo entre os cotos, direcionam a vascularizacao longitudinal aos vasos intraneurais e promovem uma orientacao longitudinal do tecido cicatricial e da bainha epineural (FIELDS et al.
Neurolysis was performed in 160 cases, epineural neurorrhaphy in 12 cases, nerve grafting in 2 cases, and nerve exploration but no repair in I case.
variabilis are of type I (a-z) of Hallacher (1974) in which the anterior muscle mass originates from the occipital region of the neuroeranium, attaches to the pectoral girdle near the insertion of Baudelot's ligament, passes between the epineural and pleural ribs of vertebrae 3 and 4, passes ventral to the pleural rib of vertebrae 5, and continues posteriorly as three tendons that insert on the pleural ribs of vertebrae 8, 9, and 10.
Dorsal fin X or XI, 16 or 17; anal fin III, 16; pectoral fin 19 or 20; Caudal fin: procurrent rays 4 + 4-5, segmented rays 8 + 8, middle 12 branched, total elements 24 of 25; fifth hypural present or absent Vertebrae: 10 + 19; last pleural rib on vertebra 10; epineural ribs 12; one supraneural bone.
These folds are epineural folds that are growing over the juvenile oral surface to form the epineural sinus, as in the juvenile rudiment of planktotrophic larvae (von Ubisch, 1913; Hyman, 1955; Emlet, 1988).
Based on the injury type the market is segmented into epineural nerve repair, perineural nerve repair, and group fascicular repair.
The cut ends of the nerve were brought into apposition and repaired using 10/0 polyamide interrupted epineural tension free sutures (Ethilon).
Epineural repair involves placing sutures in the epineurium, whereas fascicular repair attempts to align individual groups of fascicles together.
Localization of Mycobacterium leprae to endothelial cells of epineural and perineural blood vessels and lymphatics.