nervous tissue


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

nervous tissue

[′nər·vəs ¦tish·ü]
(histology)
The nerve cells and neuroglia of the nervous system.
References in periodicals archive ?
Holly Greenho" The procedure would see 35 millions stem cells from a donor umbilical cord injected into Theo's system to stimulate and repair damaged nervous tissue in the brain.
The influence of trauma on the nervous tissue is itself a stimulus for the formation of vessels within the tissue of the glial scar (28).
Although percutaneous exposures are more likely to result in successful transmission of rabies virus to humans (1), transmission can occur when infectious material, such as saliva or nervous tissue from an infected animal, comes into direct contact with human mucosa (2).
The rabies virus is transmitted in only two ways: contact with nervous tissue, and with saliva.
Among the chapter topics are light and transmission electron microscopy, skeletal tissue: cartilage and bone, nervous tissue, digestive system: oral cavity and major salivary glands, male and female reproductive systems, and organs of special senses: visual and auditory systems.
Glial choristoma is considered to be a type of brain heterotopia that comprises ectopic central nervous tissue. It usually presents in the head and neck region.
This setup allows movement at each joint, without the delicate nervous tissue being severed.
Allergic reaction also causes an increase in neurogenesis, the growth and development of nervous tissue, which is known to decline with age.
According to researchers, multiple Sclerosis is a chronic progressive auto-immune disease in which the body's own immune system attacks the nervous tissue, potentially resulting in movement disorders, Health news reported.
In modern speak this is what's we call a 'no-brainer,' a conclusion so easy to make it requires zero processing ability from the organ of soft nervous tissue contained within our skull.
In modern speak this is what's we call a 'no-brainer,' -- a conclusion so easy to make it requires zero processing ability from the organ of soft nervous tissue contained within our skull.
Neuromobilization belongs to manual therapy methods which deal with the nervous tissue and the tissues surrounding the nervous system.