neuropraxia


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Related to neuropraxia: neurotmesis

neu·ro·prax·i·a

(nū'rō-prak'sē-ă),
Commonly used misspelling of neurapraxia.

neuropraxia

[-prak′sē·ə]
Etymology: Gk, neuron, nerve, prassein, to do
a condition in which a nerve remains in place after a severe injury although it no longer transmits impulses.

neuropraxia

transient loss of neural conductivity due to nerve fibre compression without loss of neurofibrils; spontaneous recovery occurs in a few days to weeks (see axonotemesis; neurotmesis)
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The sequelae of pneumothorax, cardiac tamponade, infetion, pseudoaneurysm, and neuropraxia were ranked strongly as being adverse reactions (median values 4.
There have been reports of cranial nerve neuropraxias from aggressive head fixation in an attempt to control the patient body position and airway.
Anecdotal reports suggest that endurance athletes who develop plantar foot pain during long-distance running events often experience an eventual relief of pain due to a transient neuropraxia.
Originally no reconstruction was attempted following these procedures and therefore traction neuropraxia and poor cosmesis with a flail, hanging upper limb was commonly encountered (9).
We observed two cases of neuropraxia of deep branch of radial nerve that occurred after dorsal (Thompson) approach for radius fractures.
Posicionar al paciente, para protegerlo de riesgos inducidos por contacto termoelectrico, zonas de presion, causantes de neuropraxia asociados con dano neurologico.
In this double blind controlled study, the effects of intramuscular Dexamethasone on neuropraxia development of inferior alveolar nerve and lingual nerve following the surgical removal of mandibular third molars were studied after 24 hours.
In the current study, complications such as; neuropraxia of the median and ulnar nerve was observed in 5 (1.
A functional state of "single-handedness" may be temporary, such as is common in recovery from tendon laceration and repair, fracture and fixation, or neuropraxia and splinting; however, when prognosis for functional return is poor, a permanent state of single-handedness ensues.
El desconocimiento de las relaciones anatomicas del CAI en los diferentes procedimientos quirurgicos puede lacerar, comprimir o estirar el nervio (8, 9) generando lesiones como neuropraxia, axonotmesis y neurotmesis.