sensory nerve


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sensory nerve

[′sen·sə·rē ‚nərv]
(neuroscience)
A nerve that conducts afferent impulses from the periphery to the central nervous system.
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01) and insignificant for median sensory nerve (r = -0.
The major operative morbidity was proved to be malocclusion followed by sensory nerve damage.
5) (Abbreviation: NA = Not applicable, NP = Nerve palpation, MF = Monofilament, VMT = Voluntary muscle test, SNCS = Sensory nerve conduction, MNCS = Motor nerve conduction).
in leprosy pa- tients in northern India it was found that the com- monest and the earliest impairment was reported in sensory nerve conduction of sural nerve.
8 CB: conduction block, NA: not avaible, 2nd F-W: second finger-wrist, 5thF-W: fifth finger-wrist, EDB: extansor digitorum brevis, AHB: abductor hallusis brevis, CMAP: Compound muscle action potential, SNAP: Sensory nerve action potential
Significant impairment in amplitudes and distal latencies of motor and sensory nerves in affected side compared to the healthy side was reported.
Ice massage, ice pack, and cold water immersion reduced sensory nerve conduction velocity (NCV) by 20.
Early work yielded a higher sensitivity of sensory nerve conduction testing than studies of the motor axons (5-8).
With the axillary approach, radial and ulnar compound nerve action potentials (CNAP), sensory nerve conduction velocities (SNCVs), and cord dorsum potentials (CDPs) were recorded after distal sensory nerve stimulation.
The ablation was performed as close to the posterior aspect of the cervix as possible and continued for a minimum of 1 cm posterolaterally on either side with the intended aim of destroying the sensory nerve fibers and the secondary ganglia as they left the uterus and lie within the uterosacral ligaments," Ms.
In the RA group, electrophysiologically diagnosed neuropathy was detected in 20 (36%) patients: 3 (5%) had sensorimotor polyneuropathy, 7 (13%) had low sural sensory CV or absence of sensory action potentials (SAP), 2 (4%) had carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), 6 (11%) had low amplitude peroneal compound muscle action potentials, 1 (2%) had low amplitude peroneal compound muscle action potential and low ulnar sensory nerve conduction, and 1 (2%) had low sural and ulnar sensory nerve conduction.
THE nipples and the areola (the dark circle around them) are rich in sensory nerve endings.