epineurial


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ep·i·neu·ri·al

(ep'i-nū'rē-ăl),
Relating to the epineurium.

ep·i·neu·ri·al

(ep'i-nūr'ē-ăl)
Relating to the epineurium.
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We have previously demonstrated that decreased vascular reactivity by epineurial arterioles, resistance size vessels that provide circulation to the sciatic nerve, to acetylcholine precedes decrease in motor nerve conduction velocity [26].
On these images the external epineurial sheath was hypointense over a hyperintense background and served as a reliable segmentation border.
End-to-side neurorrhaphy with removal of the epineurial sheath: An experimental study in rats.
Effect of subepineurial dehydroepiandrosterone treatment on healing of transected nerves repaired with the epineurial sleeve technique.
A comparison of epineurial and perineurial sutures for the repair of a divided rat sciatic nerve.
We accomplished this by using a volume conduction model that includes the effect of an off-center in an isotropic nerve bundle surrounded by an epineurial sheath lying in a saline bath.
The suture is a typical nerve anastomosis using epineurial microsutures (10/0 diameter, in general).
NF-[kappa]B activation, which is involved in the pathogenesis of diabetic complications, especially DPN [104], has been identified in the endoneurium, epineurial vessels and perineurium in sural nerve biopsies of overt diabetic subjects [105].
Keilhoff, "Tissue engineering of peripheral nerves: epineurial grafts with application of cultured Schwann cells," Microsurgery, vol.
The staining patterns of NF[kappa]B and RAGE were similar to each other Nf[kappa]B and RAGE immunoreactivities were observed in the perivascular cuff in epineurial vessels in all nerve biopsies from patients with VN except one patient.
Preventing superoxide formation in epineurial arterioles of the sciatic nerve from diabetic rats restores endothelium-dependent vasodilation.
On 3D SPGR fat suppressed images, the fascicles are hyperintense and highlighted against a hypointense background, mainly due to the suppressed epineurial fat and the epineurial fibrous tissue.