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  • radial
  • Specifically, individual nanofibers within these novel scaffolds are not limited to simple orthogonal patterns imparted by uniaxial-alignment, but instead are capable of achieving any number of organized radial orientations around a central point electrode. (buenastareas.com)
  • control
  • The muscles and nerves in the jaw are located very close to the nerves that control hearing, which is why TMJ can cause tinnitus. (encyclopedia.com)
  • At the nerve-control level, micturition cycles of the bladder filling with urine followed by voiding events requires systematic cooperation among afferent, somatic, and efferent nervous pathways, with efferent pathways stemming from both the central and the autonomic nervous system [ 1 ]. (einj.org)
  • lost
  • Currently, people who replace a lost limb with an artificial one must deal with electrodes that are inserted in their nerve ends and connect them with the limb. (labcritics.com)
  • Once a large number of hair cells are lost, the nerve fibres to that region also degenerate resulting in an irreversible hearing loss. (blogspot.com)
  • level
  • The fascicular organization suggests that selective activation of the fascicles responsible for plantar flexion can be isolated and selectively stimulated at the level of the proximal tibial nerve and the distal sciatic nerve. (thefreedictionary.com)