intrafascicular


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in·tra·fas·cic·u·lar

(in'tră-fă-sik'yū-lăr),
Within the fasciculi of a tissue or structure (for example, interfascicular fasciculus).
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Simulation of multipolar fiber selective neural stimulation using intrafascicular electrodes.
Muscle recruitment with intrafascicular electrodes.
The secondary tissue formation begins with radial elongation of the vascular bundles which is predicated on a series of periclinal cell division of the intrafascicular cambium (Fig 1C).
This layer is the strongest component of the nerve trunk and serves to regulate the local environment by acting as a diffusion barrier and maintaining intrafascicular pressure.
The delay in onset of the symptoms is consistent with postinjection swelling and intraneural injection rather than intrafascicular direct damage.
Because an intraneural injection within the perineurium requires a higher injection force than one outside the perineurium, it would be helpful to monitor the injection pressure during ONB, especially in cases without peripheral nerve stimulation, to avoid intrafascicular injection of local anesthetic and the concomitant risk of neurologic complications [46-48].
(26) Colour Doppler US showed increased vascularity (blood flow signals in the perineural plexus or intrafascicular vessels) in most patients with leprosy reactions (Type 1 and 2).
This combining or intrafascicular plexus formation in the femoral nerve is limited at the level we examined.
A 2015 consensus statement from the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine expanded the recommendations to apply injection pressure monitoring for earlier detection of needle-nerve contact and avoidance of intrafascicular injection during peripheral nerve blocks [14].
Since the role of a nerve stimulator during TAP block is elusive and the nervous structures might be too small to be identified by ultrasound, "half-the-air" setting should be considered to avoid intrafascicular spread by keeping the injection pressure below 15 psi [60].
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