neurovascular


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neurovascular

[¦nu̇r·ō′vas·kyə·lər]
(biology)
Pertaining structurally and functionally to both the nervous and vascular structures.
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This study's important contribution is that it showed how cocoa supplementation can boost brain blood flow in response to need (defined as neurovascular coupling), that directly affects our ability to focus and pay attention, even over the short term.
The report reviews the major players involved in the development of Neurovascular Stents and list all their pipeline projects
The nurse must be aware of signs and symptoms of neurovascular impairment and recognize conditions that can cause compromise (Blair & Clarke, 2013).
The neurovascular unit comprises three cells types: endothelial cells, which form the blood vessel (vascular) tube; smooth muscle cells, which cover the endothelial tube and control vascular tone; and autonomic neurons, which influence the smooth muscle's ability to contract and maintain vascular tone.
If a patient is given tPA, the patient is transferred to the neurovascular ICU to receive intensive monitoring.
Unfortunately while it is repeatedly cited throughout the text that neurovascular injuries are often amenable to conservative care, management strategies of the manual therapist such as muscle release techniques, nerve gliding exercises, joint manipulation and rehabilitation are discussed at the most basic level, if at all.
The original product quickly gained favor in both Merci procedures and general neurovascular procedures.
This lack of oxygen can cause acid to build, causing new pain that is then sent back through the cycle to cause the neurovascular nerves to constrict the blood flow again.
This text, which covers neurosurgery, interventional neuroradiology and endovascular surgery addresses trends in neurovascular medicine and their implications and clinical controversies, including unruptured aneurysms, anterior circulation aneurysms, posterior circulation aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, arteriovenous fistulas, extracranial therosclerotic disease, intracranial atherosclerotic disease and cavernous malformations, and the practice of neurovascular medicine, including practice structures, regionalization of neurovascular care, data collection and residency and fellowship training objectives.
It will include information on such topics as degenerative disorders, toxins, trauma, sleep disorders, epilepsy, dementias, tumors, neurovascular disorders, pediatric neurology, spinal cord injuries, addiction, sports injuries, stem cells, and Parkinson's Disease.
The Stroke Progress Review Group has also identified neurovascular research and BBB biology as a high priority for advancing our understanding of stroke and brain function.
The neurovascular bundle was delineated in close proximity to the crista ethmoidalis ossis palatini.