intrafascicular


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intrafascicular

[¦in·trə·fə′sik·yə·lər]
(botany)
Located or occurring within a vascular bundle.
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Caption: Figure 3: Muscle intrafascicular and perivascular lymphocytic inflammation (H&E, photomicrograph x100).
Intrafascicular steroid injections produced a harmful effect on nerve fibers; however, there were no reports of long-term local effects on peripheral nerves.
Dystrophin is present along the sarcolemma, at the muscle-tendon junction, and at the intrafascicular termination, suggesting its potential involvement in transmitting tension from the muscle fiber to neighboring fibers, either in series or in parallel, via the ECM (24).
An experimental study of axonal degeneration and barrier damage after intrafascicular injection or topical application of bupivacaine (Marcain).
This is because it is difficult to ensure intrafascicular placement of the needle even under direct vision.
Thomander, "Intrafascicular multi-unit recordings from the human infra-orbital nerve," Acta Physiologica Scandinavica, vol.
Collagen deposition within the tumors was variably interfascicular, intrafascicular, or a combination of the two (Figure 1).
Funding/Support: This material was based on work supported by the Transverse, Intrafascicular Multichannel Electrode system project (grant CP-FP-INFSO 224012/TIME from the European Union).
The ischemia caused by ACS causes perifascicular and intrafascicular edema.
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