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fascicle

[fas·i·kəl]
(botany)
A small bundle, as of fibers or leaves.
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Three lower sciatic nerves were dissected and harvested for detailed analysis of fascicular organization and structure.
Las descripciones efectuadas en este trabajo sobre la conformacion fascicular e irrigacion del nervio radial en el perro aportan al mejor conocimiento de la anatomia, brindando una contribucion util a la cirugia traumatologica, especialmente en las reparaciones nerviosas.
The fascicular axons of the 6th nerve leave the nucleus and travel through the pontine tegmentum in an anterior and caudal direction, intersecting descending cortico-spinal axons of the pyramidal tract, before emerging at the junction between the pons and medulla, immediately lateral to the pyramidal axon bundles.
Internal neurolysis with anterior submuscular transposition of the ulnar nerve was performed, with four fascicular grafts across a 3-cm gap.
23) Hand transplant sequence differs from that of hand replantation to allow for restoration of bone length and relative tendon tension as well as completion of dorsal vein and nerve anastomosis with group fascicular repair in a bloodless field.
Histologically, undifferentiated thyroid carcinomas show a variety of patterns, from sheet-like, storiform, fascicular, angiomatoid, and meningothelial to solid, exhibiting extensive lymph-vascular invasion.
2) It affects mainly young males, occurs predominantly in the paratesticular region, and is characterized by a fascicular proliferation of spindle cells with rhabdomyoblastic differentiation.
It covers topics ranging from sinus rhythm, ectopic and escape beats, and bundle branch and fascicular blocks, to supraventricular tachycardias, atrioventricular junctional re-entrant tachycardias, and Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome, to sudden cardiac death and cardiac pacing.
The initial 12-lead electrocardiogram showed sinus rhythm with 2:1 AV block, right bundle branch block, left anterior fascicular block, and ST-segment depression in precordial leads V1 to V3 (Figure 1).
Therefore, effective clinical interventions to restore or improve standing or walking after paralysis resulting from upper motor neuron damage secondary to spinal cord injury (SCI), or peripheral nerve damage due to trauma, require a detailed knowledge of the morphology and fascicular anatomy of the femoral nerve.
a) Nervios ++ Hipofisis Adenohipofisis +++ nd nd Neurohipofisis + Adrenal Capsula +++ nd nd Corteza: zona glomerular + zona intermedia +++ zona fascicular ++ zona reticular + Medula: endotelio de capilares + nd: no disponible.