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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Key factors driving the market growth include increase in patients suffering from cerebral vascular disorders mandating assistance of neurovascular devices such as cerebral embolization and aneurysm coils, implementation of advanced technological platforms in this field, and the favorable reimbursement policies across established markets such as the U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, and Japan.
(27.) Jose GL, Nicolas Massager, Philippe D, Devriendt D, Desmedt F, Brotchi J, Levivier M: Neurovascular compression anatomy and pain outcome in patients with classic trigeminal neuralgia treated by radiosurgery.
Another way in which the TF is important concerns the spread of tumors: a TF containing neurovascular structures is a possible pathway for tumor spread (12).
However, it should be kept in mind that neurovascular conflict may be the cause of pain in MS, and selected MS patients may benefit from microvascular decompression to separate the offending vessel from the cisternal segment of CN V (14).
What this study demonstrated was that, at 24 hours, subjects with impaired baseline neurovascular coupling had a 10.6% improvement in neurovascular coupling, and, by 30 days, these subjects' performance on a test requiring attention significantly improved.
A case history of dental implant placement in the anterior maxilla with invasion of the nasopalatine duct together with the unidentified injury to an aberrant neurovascular canal inferior to the canalis sinuosus is presented.
Within the neurovascular unit, pericytes are located between endothelial cells, astrocytes, and neurons, making them key players in coordination within the neurovascular unit.
Foramen thyroideum containing neurovascular elements is a possible pathway of tumour spread.
Once into the space, which can easily accommodate a large volume of fluid, she delivers the anesthetic into the neurovascular plane.
Components of the focused neurovascular assessment and risks and implications of neurovascular compromise are explored.
Although the prevalence of complications is relatively low, one cause of complications during arthroscopic procedures of the shoulder is injury to neurovascular structures due to tissue manipulation while positioning the portal (Pope et al, 2011; Meyer et al, 2007).
NDC makes nitinol-based medical devices and components in the endovascular, peripheral vascular, cardiovascular and neurovascular spaces.