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denervate

[dē′nər‚vāt]
(medicine)
To interfere with or cut off the nerve supply to a part of the body, or to remove a nerve; may occur by excision, drugs, or a disease process.
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According to report published by Grand View Research, The global renal denervation market size was estimated at USD 41.7 million in 2017 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 43.2% over the forecast period.
The results demonstrated that patients treated with the ReCor Paradise Ultrasound Denervation System were prescribed fewer anti-hypertensive medications than those treated with a sham procedure, and accounting for this difference, treated patients had greater blood pressure drops than those in the sham arm, concluded the company.
But during this clinical trial, the procedure of renal denervation was conducted only in 80 patients, which warrant further research related to this procedure.
Needle EMG showed distal denervation and mild chronic neurogenic MUP changes in the upper and lower extremities (predominantly left), but normal findings in cranial muscles.
Then, selected striatal and SN sections were blocked by 10% normal goat serum to prevent non-specific staining and incubated with anti-TH (1:1000) to demonstrate dopaminergic denervation and anti-synaptotagmin 7 (1:200), anti-synaptophysin (1:200) and anti-secretogranin (1:200) antibodies to evaluate any possible change in the amount and pattern of expression.
Resistant hypertension (RH), defined as blood pressure (BP) that remains above goal in spite of the concurrent use of 3 antihypertensive agents, can be a leading risk factor for cardiovascular disease and chronic kidney disease.[sup][1] Recently, catheter-based renal denervation (RDN) has ignited expectations for the treatment of RH.
Electrodiagnostic studies and neuroimaging have high sensitivity for detecting which nerve trunks are involved and the degree of muscle denervation. However, they lack specificity, they cannot display the anatomic detail needed for precise localization and treatment planning, and they are usually performed more than 3 weeks from clinical onset.
One of those treatments is called renal denervation. It's a catheter procedure that destroys certain nerves in the kidneys believed to contribute to resistant hypertension.
The herniation site was remote from all prior incisions, and demonstrated intercostal muscle denervation and radiation fibrosis.
Despite the availability of many safe and effective antihypertensive drugs, blood pressure in many patients remains poorly controlled and there has been an increasing interest in the use of catheter-based renal denervation (RDN) to treat resistant hypertension [3].
Given the fact that the pupils have cholinergic denervation, it is reasonable to expect that the heart and other organs may also have vagal denervation.
A structural analysis of cutaneous denervation in a population of PD patients has displayed a link between [alpha]-synuclein deposition in autonomic small fibers and severity of clinical symptoms related to autonomic dysregulation such as orthostatic hypotension or sweating disturbances, indicating the usefulness of skin pathology as potentially valid disease marker [2].