nonmyelinated


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un·my·e·li·nat·ed

(ŭn-mī'ĕ-li-nāt'ed),
Denoting nerve fibers (axons) lacking a myelin sheath.

nonmyelinated

(nŏn-mī′ĕ-lĭ-nāt″ĕd) [″ + Gr. myelos, marrow]
Containing no myelin.
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From their origin in the OM to their termination in the glomeruli of the OB, the nonmyelinated olfactory nerves are associated with OECs, which surround large numbers of contiguous axons [19,22-24].
Only less is known about the laryngeal nonmyelinated afferents and their reflexes.
Previously pain associated with Osteoid Osteoma was thought to be caused by the numerous nonmyelinated axons that are present in nidus.
RNFLT reflects the integrity of nonmyelinated axonal tissue, whereas TMV reflects the integrity of nonmyelinated axonal tissue as well as all retinal layers including cellular segments [3].
Such doses are sufficient to block the nonmyelinated C-fibres in the first stage of labour, but may be inadequate to block the myelinated A-delta fibres in the second stage.