intraneural

in·tra·neu·ral

(in'tră-nū'răl),
Within a nerve.
[intra- + G. neuron, nerve]
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Double nerve intraneural interface implant on a human amputee for robotic hand control.
In moderate compression in which there is a fixed inhibition in intraneural microcirculation along with epineural and intrafascicular edema and in which intraneural fibrosis can also be seen, decreased vibratory sense, positive proactive tests, tenar weakness, abnormal sensation complaints are present.
We know in canine sciatic nerves that intraneural needle placement and high injection pressure lead to severe fascicular injury and persistent neurological deficits.
Compression of the ulnar nerve at the elbow by an intraneural ganglion.
In addition to mechanical pressure, shoulder abduction accompanying elbow traction while leaning the left elbow on the lower edge of the window causes an increase in ulnar nerve traction and intraneural pressure.
Peripheral nerve sheath tumors (PNSTs) are neoplasms arising from Schwann cells, perineural cells, and intraneural fibroblasts.
However, as is outlined later in the text, some data support the existence of a different kind of neurophysiological mechanism of retention called intraneural memory.
3]) to local anaesthetics accelerates both the intraneural diffusion of local anaesthetics and their penetration to the connective tissue around the nerve, thereby reducing the onset time and improving block quality (14,15).
Uppal (56) described a case of secondary injury to the intraneural injection of local anesthetic: it had a complete recovery of the motor functions but a chronic pain persisted despite the therapies.
Micera reported the results of previous work conducting a four-week clinical trial that improved sensory feedback in amputees by using intraneural electrodes implanted into the median and ulnar nerves.
At the 2013 Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AS) in Boston, Micera reports the results of previous work conducting a four-week clinical trial that improved sensory feedback in amputees by using intraneural electrodes implanted into the median and ulnar nerves.
Benign glands can be closely associated with nerves in several patterns: indenting the nerves, tracking along the nerve, encircling the nerve, and intraneural (49) (Figure 7).