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innervated

adjective Containing or characterized by nerves
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The fluorescence of PGP 9.5 [Figure 2]b and [Figure 3]a1,[Figure 3]a2,[Figure 3]a3, TH [Figure 2]d and [Figure 3]b1,[Figure 3]b2,[Figure 3]b3, and VIP [Figure 2]f and [Figure 3]c1,[Figure 3]c2,[Figure 3]c3 appeared on nerve fibers surrounding the eccrine sweat glands, indicating that human eccrine sweat glands were innervated by both adrenergic and cholinergic fibers.
Normally, the dorsal scapular nerve contains only motor fibres, but an old dissection case report (17) describes sensory fibres from the nerve that innervated a small area of skin at the level of the fifth and sixth thoracic vertebrae.
It was concluded that, as the pains were in the region innervated by the infraorbital nerve, the patients had idiopathic infraorbital neuropathy.
Our results do not show the exact number of neurons innervating single FSCs, however, we were able to determine that 40% of all labelled neurons in this study that innervated FSCs were in fact club-like endings.
Average vibration thresholds (+/- standard error) for areas of the hand innervated by the median, ulnar and radial nerves for tennis players and controls; showing the dominant and non-dominant arms combined for both groups.
The hand, experts say, is amazingly complex, with 35-38 muscles and 22 joints all working together, innervated by three nerves between the elbow and fingertip.
Overall, the investigators recommend exploration of the nerve if no recovery is noted after 3 to 4 months, although useful recovery could still be obtained at up to 14 months post-injury due to the relatively short distance between the lesion and innervated muscles.
The muscle belly was innervated by a small twig of anterior interosseous nerve.
The nose is innervated by the first and second divisions of the trigeminal nerve.
In this study we present 125 innervated and non-innervated flaps performed in bothclinics in 65 patients with stage 3 and further squamous cell carcinoma of the total lower lip.
Hereby it was found that the long peroneal muscle had been re-innervated by the superficial branch of the fibular nerve, whilst there was not only axonal but also severe myogenous damage (electrically silent muscles) to all the muscles innervated by the profound branch of the fibular nerve.
The drop of CMAP amplitudes in ulnar motor studies Rt -26% and left -15% gives a false impression of ulnar nerve compression at cubital tunnel but normal sensory studies, with normal DML and normal EMG of ulnar innervated muscle i.e.