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su·ral

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

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

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

Pertaining to the calf of the leg.
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Analysis of fascicular structure and connective tissue sheaths in sural nerve during aging.
Sural and six of his teammates, including former Premier League players Steven Caulker and Papiss Cisse, were travelling back from a fixture against Kayserispor when their bus crashed on the outskirts of Alanya.
Sural, who was capped 20 times for the Czech Republic, was rushed to a nearby hospital following the incident but could not be saved by medical staff.
"Czech player Josef Sural who was seriously injured after an accident involving a private minibus carrying seven of our footballers after an away game at Kayseri could not be saved despite all of the hospital's efforts," the club said on Twitter.The six other players were injured but not seriously in the crash, close to the southern town of Alanya, state news agency Anadolu said.
Sural, a striker for Alanyaspor and the Czech national team, died at the hospital where he and six of his teammates were taken after the crash, the club said on Twitter.
Striker Sural, a striker for Alanyaspor and the Czech national team, died at the hospital where he and six of his teammates were taken after the crash, the club said onTwitter.
Between March 2015 and October 2017, the men, whose median age was 64, underwent 'end-to-side' surgery to remove the sural nerve from the leg and graft it to the side of the larger femoral nerve in the thigh.
Alcoholic polyneuropathy or bilateral common peroneal nerve palsy was suspected as the preliminary diagnosis and electroneuromyography (ENMG) was performed which revealed normal conduction velocities of the bilateral sural, median, and ulnar nerves.
SNCV study was performed on median, ulnar and sural nerves with Neuroperfect EMG/NCV/EP System.
[4] Routine NCS include evaluation of motor function of the median, ulnar, peroneal and tibial nerves, and sensory function of median, ulnar and sural nerves in terms of onset latency, amplitude, and conduction velocity.