perineural


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per·i·neu·ral

(per'i-nū'răl),
Surrounding a nerve.
[peri- + G. neuron, nerve]

perineural

adjective Around or surrounding a nerve.

perineural

(pĕr″ĭ-nū′răl) [Gr. peri, around, + neuron, nerve]
Around a nerve.

perineural

around a nerve.

perineural block
regional anesthesia produced by injection of the anesthetic agent close to the nerve.
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A second head/neck MRI, using a perineural protocol, showed abnormal enhancement at the V2 branch of the trigeminal nerve leading to the foramen rotundum.
Perineural dexmedetmidine added to ropivacaine for sciatic nerve block in rats prolongs the duration of analgesia by blocking the hyper polarization--Activated cation current.
There was no statistically significant difference in overall survival according to tumor localization, tumor differentiation, and perineural and lymphovascular invasion.
Neck observation is appropriate in T1-2, cN0 oral squamous cell carcinoma without perineural invasion or lymphovascular invasion.
KEY WORDS: chiropractic, perineural cyst, Tarlov cyst, sciatica
Perineural invasion and lymphatic invasion show no obvious prognostic significance.
Rahima B, Shingaki S, Nagata M, Saito C (2004) Prognostic significance of perineural invasion in oral and oropharyngeal carcinoma.
In malignant diseases, the paralysis of the facial nerve may be due to the perineural infiltration of the temporal bone or facial nerve, central nervous system lymphoma or invasion to the meninx, infection and hemorrhage around the facial nerve, chemotherapy associated toxicity to the nerve and reactivation of the latent viral infection.
The primary outcome of the analysis was identified prospectively as the number of patient falls by group (receiving perineural ropivacaine 0.
To identify the influencing factors related to survival, the clinicopathological factors, age, sex, hepatitis B virus status, preopCA199 (37 U/mL), postopCA19-9 (37 U/mL), tumor size (5 cm), vascular invasion, perineural invasion, lymphatic invasion, intrahepatic metastasis, resection margin, lymph node metastasis, and adjuvant therapy, were analyzed by Cox's proportional hazard regression with forward stepwise technique.
Perhaps as Chiropodists / Podiatrists we should highlight and celebrate the fact that one of our founding fathers first suggested what this affliction was, and campaign for it to henceforth be known as Durlachers Perineural Fibrosis?