peripheral innervation

peripheral innervation

a scheme or image tracing the innervation of body regions to the peripheral nerves by which each receives its motor and sensory nerve supply.
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Based on the history, there are two requirements: 1) a pain distribution consistent with the principles of topographic diagnosis in neurology, i.e., it must correspond to a peripheral innervation territory (nerves, fascicles, roots) or to the topographic representation of a body part in the central nervous system; 2) clinical suspicion of a relevant lesion or disease that affects the peripheral or central somatosensory system and with a temporal link between the lesion or disease causing the pain.
remanei are there two accessory ganglia present in a similar position to that of Asperspina sp., however, nothing is known about their connections with the CNS or their peripheral innervation (Neusser et al., 2006).
This study aimed to investigate the effect and mechanism of SA injection in the recovery of peripheral innervations of diabetic mice.
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