epineural


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epineural

[‚ep·ə′nu̇r·əl]
(anatomy)
Arising from or on the outside of a nerve trunk.
(invertebrate zoology)
The nervous tissue dorsal to the ventral nerve cord in arthropods.
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Anteriormente, ya se observaba que la sutura epineural de los nervios perifericos no conseguian una recuperacion funcional satisfactoria en gran numero de casos debido al aporte sanguineo insuficiente (10); la revascularizacion nerviosa luego de una sutura puede ser promovida con la reparacion de los tejidos adyacentes (14).
At this point, the epineural catheter and drain are removed, the dressings are changed, and the splint reapplied to maintain the elbow at 60[degrees] of flexion.
The results obtained with the surgical approaches performed within the third period might not be satisfactory because the construction resulting from the fibrosis within the epineural perineural tissues of the nerve might block the passage of the regenerated fibers that will come from the proximal [55].
8): precaudal vertebrae 11; caudal vertebrae (including terminal element) 16; vertebrae 3-11 with pleural rib articulating with respective parapophyses; twelve pairs of epineurals, articulating with vertebrae as follows: epineurals 1, 2 with corresponding parapophyses, 3-10 with corresponding pleural ribs, epineural 11 reduced and not articulating with pleural rib and 12 highly reduced and embedded in tissue; first caudal vertebra with expanded haemal arch and tiny haemal spine; haemal arch comprising elongate parapophyses, "rib-like" in appearance in lateral view; where parapophyses join ventrally to form haemal arch, a nubbin of bone (haemal spine) projecting posteriorly (Fig.
There is a contusion of the nerve in which epineural sheath and the axons are maintained.
Nerve repair may be carried out with an epineural or perineural technique; a minimal number of monofilament sutures under the operating microscope remains the current standard for either technique of neurorrhaphy.
Histologicamente se observa una degeneracion perineural, hialinizacion epineural y endovascular y fibrosis perineural.
Peripheral neuropathy with epineural vasculitis and transverse myelitis in systemic lupus erythematosus.
The chromic gut model of Bennett and Xie (9) affects the epineural sheath undergoes dissolution into the nerve at the ligated site and there is recovery at day 22 (10).
Histological and functional results of end-to-side anastomosis in peripheral nerve in the rat, with and without an epineural window.