sural


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Related to sural: sural artery, sural nerve entrapment

su·ral

(sū'răl), [TA]
Denoting arteries, a nerve, a region, and veins of the calf of the leg.

sural

(so͝or′əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the calf of the leg.

su·ral

(sūr'ăl) [TA]
Relating to the calf of the leg.

sural

Pertaining to the calf of the leg.
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Tomas Necid's flick picked out Sural in the box but van Dijk turned his back and allowed the forward to beat him far too easily before stabbing the ball under Jeroen Zoet at his near post.
Lower extremity sural nerve sensory analysis was performed by recording orthodromic stimulation on the leg and outer malleous recording.
2 37 17 Left tibial AH -- -- -- Left peroneal EDB -- -- -- Left sural Foot lateral Absent Absent Absent Nerve MDL (ms) MV (m/s) CMAP (Mv) F (ms) Right median 3.
Academics offer advancement to any human being and according to the words of Allah in the verse of Sural At-Tawbah: "And if any one of the polytheists seeks your protection, then grant him protection so that he may hear the words of Allah.
These results tend to be in partly agreement with the research findings from Delwaide and associates [25] in which they found that mild stimulation (2-3 times ST) of the sural nerve caused a brief increase of the soleus muscle's H-reflex, whereas a strong (painful) stimulus caused a brief decrease of the soleus H-reflex.
The patient had sensory potentials for the left upper limb of very low amplitude, and an absent sural sensory potential.
Branches of the common peroneal nerve and of the tibial nerve form the sural nerve, which provides sensory innervation of the dorsolateral foot.
24): entrapment between the absorbable filaments of the sutures) with significant neuropathic pain and severe-loss of function, an alteration in sensory and motor conduction velocity of the peroneal, tibial and sural nerves was found.
Electrical stimulation of the sural cutaneous afferent nerve controls the amplitude and onset of the swing phase of locomotion in the spinal cat.
Sural nerve biopsies from these patients showed increased inflammation involving the epi- and endoneurium.
Although the motor conduction parameters did not show any difference, 6 months after the onset of the treatmenta significant decrease was observed in the mean sensory conduction velocities of median, ulnar and sural nerves and the mean amplitude of sensory nerve action potential of the ulnar nerve compared with pre-treatment values (p=0.