neurotization

neurotization

 [noo͡-rot″ĭ-za´shun]
1. regeneration of a nerve after its division.
2. the implantation of a nerve into a paralyzed muscle.

neu·rot·i·za·tion

(nū'rōt-i-zā'shŭn),
The acquisition of nervous substance; the regeneration of a nerve.

neurotization

/neu·rot·iza·tion/ (ndbobr-rot″ĭ-za´shun) regeneration of a nerve after its division.

neu·rot·i·za·tion

(nūr'ō-tī-zā'shŭn)
The acquisition of nervous substance; the regeneration of a nerve.

neurotization

1. regeneration of a nerve after its division.
2. the implantation of a nerve into a paralyzed muscle.
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Direct motor neurotization of the facial nerve was first described by Korte in 1903 through the use of the hypoglossal nerve with an end-to-end coaptation to the facial nerve.
Harvesting the flaps with the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve allows neurotization of the flaps; however, we cannot confirm its value as it was only subjectively assessed.
Surgeons from around the world take a tissue-specific approach to upper extremity reconstruction, beginning with pedicled flaps and nerve transfers to restore sensibility, to standard nerve repairs, followed by nerve reconstruction using conduits, neurotization, end-to-side repair, and nerve transfers, in addition to functioning free-muscle transfers.
Given the melanocytic origin of nevus cells, we propose that Melan-A (MART-1) may be useful for identifying melanocytes even in the background of extensive neurotization.
Four biopsies, diagnosed previously as melanocytic nevi with near-complete neurotization, were included among the melanocytic nevi.
Accessory nerve neurotization in infants with brachial plexus birth palsy.
External rotation as a result of suprascapular nerve neurotization in obstetric brachial plexus lesions.
Evaluation of suprascapular nerve neurotization after nerve graft or transfer in the treatment of brachial plexus traction lesions.
Neuro-psychic status, typology (extraversion/introversion), neurotization level, psychoenergy potential, and physical activity evaluated with the Profile Of Mood State (POMS) test (1).
Factors Parameters 1 2 Sport Middle-distance race 0,49 0,09 competition (800 and 1500 _) results Shotput -0,27 0,26 Broad jump -0,05 0,33 Sprint -0,40 0,52 High jump -0,53 0,01 Step and jump -0,66 0,20 Grenade throw 0,01 0,70 ACE genotype 0,72 0,26 Level of dis-adaptation -0,82 -0,24 Extravert - introvert -0,28 -0,04 Neurotization 0,16 0,28 POMS activity -0,22 -0,58 POMS psycho-energetic factor 0,05 -0,66 GDV indices JSL 0,83 0,30 measurement JSR 0,76 0,27 August 1999 JSL / JSR -0,34 -0,43 GDV indices JSL 0,63 -0,46 measurement JSR 0,60 -0,24 Nov 1999 JSL / JSR 0,44 0,51 GDV indices JSL 0,49 -0,34 measurement JSR 0,55 -0,02 May 2000 JSL / JSR 0,16 0,62 Factor weights 0,27 0,14
This case demonstrates that neurotization of facial muscles in chronic facial palsy is possible.
Zhao X, Hung LK, Zhang GM, Lao J: Applied anatomy of the axillary nerve for selective neurotization of the deltoid muscle.