wallerian

wal·le·ri·an

(waw-lē'rē-ăn),
Relating to or described by A.V. Waller.

wal·le·ri·an

(waw-ler'ē-ăn)
Relating to or described by A.V. Waller.
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The nerve segment distal to the injury site undergoes cellular alterations that characterise Wallerian degeneration.
Ingenuity pathway analysis of gene expression profiles in distal nerve stump following nerve injury: insights into wallerian degeneration.
Available studies have revealed that the Wallerian degeneration occurs at the lesioned site after peripheral nerve injury.
Adjacent to the neoplasm, there was a moderate multifocal perivascular inflammatory infiltrate composed of lymphocytes and plasma cells, in addition to moderate multifocal Wallerian degeneration.
Possible hypotheses for putaminal T1 hyperintensity include a protein hydration layer in the swollen gemistocytes, putaminal petechial hemorrhage, demyelination, transient ischemic changes, and localized Wallerian degeneration (5).
(5) As the axons undergo Wallerian degeneration, an axonal pattern eventually emerges.
identified abnormal Wallerian degeneration in the trifecta nerve complex of the spermatic cord, suggesting a neuroanatomical basis for the pain (72).
Optic nerve myelin sheaths were mildly and multifocally dilated with occasional swollen or missing axons (Wallerian degeneration).
This suggests that muscle unit is denervated for more than 6 weeks duration and this has allowed the Wallerian degeneration to set in the distal neuron.
Low temperatures (-20[degrees]C to -100[degrees]C) to peripheral nerves cause Wallerian degeneration.
Those findings suggest that remote microglial activation in the weeks and months after a stroke might indicate Wallerian degeneration.