infranuclear

infranuclear

 [in″frah-noo´kle-ar]
below a nucleus.

infranuclear

(ĭn″fră-nū′klē-ăr) [″ + nucleus, kernel]
In the nervous system, peripheral to a nucleus.

infranuclear

Situated under a nucleus. It refers here to nerve fibres situated below the abducens, oculomotor or trochlear cranial nerve nuclei.
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The injuries of axons of the lower motor neuron are called infranuclear lesions.
Sargent, "Nuclear and infranuclear ocular motility disarders," in Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology, N.
MRI has become the most useful diagnostic tool in the localisation, diagnosis and management of the nuclear and infranuclear lesions of 3, 4, 6 cranial nerves.
Clinical examination revealed an infranuclear facial palsy on left side with associated bilateral postauricular and occipital region scalp swellings.
Areas more liable to the damage caused by stroke included supranuclear, nuclear, or infranuclear locations [12].
En microscopia electronica de transmision se pueden identificar en el citoplasma infranuclear las organelas del sistema exocitico-secretor (abundantes mitocondrias basales, reticulo endoplasmatico, ribosomas libres, aparato de Golgi y multiples granulos secretores de cimogeno supranucleares--propios de celulas que secretan proteinas--en el dominio apical) bien desarrolladas, en el dominio lateral prolongaciones citoplasmaticas interdigitadas con celulas contiguas estabilizadas por los diferentes tipos de union celular que constituyen la barra terminal (uniones ocluyentes, uniones adherentes -desmosomas--y uniones comunicantes), y en el dominio basal una membrana basal que permite relacionar la celula con el tejido conectivo laxo subyacente (10).
This is a rare case of infranuclear facial weakness in association with the one and one-half syndrome and eighth cranial nerve involvement in an immunocompromised patient, the etiology being tuberculosis.
Oscillopsia can occur with ataxic nystagmus; more rarely there are nuclear or infranuclear III, IV or VI nerve palsies and gaze palsies.
At 24 weeks, enteroendocrine cells showed abundant accumulation of infranuclear cytoplasmic granules, which were clearly demonstrable by Lead-Haematoxylin stain as dark blue granules against a greyish background (fig.5).
The patient also had infranuclear facial paralysis on the right side (figure 1).
The infranuclear cytoplasm of principal cells contains mitochondria and membrane-delimited granules (Ramos & Dym, 1977), as well as smooth endoplasmic reticulum cisternae (Vicentini et al., 1985).