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  • cranial
  • Post-facial (7th cranial) nerve palsy synkinesis (hemifacial spasms), characterized by sudden, unilateral, synchronous contractions of muscles innervated by the. (numpor.org)
  • The greater splanchnic nerves have more cranial assistance than the lower ones, usually T11/T12. (weebly.com)
  • brachial plexus
  • So to continue my story in this Upper Extremity Category on my website, I pick up from my last blog post to now finally getting around to writing about my surgery for Long Thoracic Nerve(LTN) Microneurolysis within my Brachial Plexus Decompression for the diagnosis of scapular winging and Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (NTOS). (si-instability.com)
  • I believe I suffered from a traction injury to the nerve while under a brachial plexus nerve block and in a side lying position of my body under anesthesia with my arm in traction for the arthroscopic surgery. (si-instability.com)
  • I also had nerve pain at and above the injection area of the brachial plexus that continued on for several months after the shoulder surgery. (si-instability.com)
  • In my ignorance, I sincerely didn't know that doing Brachial Plexus Nerve Decompressions was within the scope of practice for Dr. Trumble's training. (si-instability.com)
  • This animation illustrates how physicians at the Johns Hopkins Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Clinic perform interscalene brachial plexus blocks using botulinum toxin type A injections to provide temporary pain relief for patients. (hopkinsmedicine.org)
  • Scapular Winging
  • I believe I had some injury to this LTN nerve from 2 prior major whiplashes back in the early 1990's but my scapular winging was not fully apparent till after waking up from a left shoulder surgery in July 2011. (si-instability.com)
  • syndrome
  • My doctor has suggested a nerve ablation for the apex of the TL curve but his office manager thinks that Medicare will only cover this for 'failed back syndrome, ' ie failed fusion surgery. (scoliosis.org)
  • Six patients with a syndrome of nerve trapping without specific nerve strain limitations were followed up. (scielo.br)
  • In our case series, we present a syndrome of incarceration without any specific restrictions due to nerve strain. (scielo.br)
  • Six patients were chosen through the inclusion criteria, i.e. those who presented a syndrome of fascial incarceration without any specific restrictions of nerve strain were used as controls. (scielo.br)
  • Even though the sciatic nerve can, in actual fact, lead to leg pain, and visit this website have compressed or "pinched" by the piriformis muscle inside a region known as the "sciatic notch" (a affliction referred to as piriformis syndrome), this is quite unusual. (blogzet.com)
  • dissection
  • However, a variation of the origins of these two nerves was found in a cadaver during dissection. (unt.edu)
  • medial
  • If you obtain pain relief while your medial branch nerves are anesthetized, then your doctor knows your pain is facet joint related. (summitortho.com)
  • vertebral
  • Each spinal nerve exits the vertebral canal through an opening called the intervertebral foramen. (britannica.com)
  • The influenced nerve ending inside a vertebral joint is deadened, inhibiting your body's ability to detect arthritic pain inside the region. (blogzet.com)
  • chest
  • If the nerve does not function, then the affected scapula will lift off the chest when force is applied to that shoulder unit. (livestrong.com)
  • If your pain travels to the front of your chest, you may have nerve root inflammation. (apcalaska.com)
  • stimulation
  • Here are my YouTube-Dr. Trumble's Intraoperative videos of stimulation of my LTN nerve pre and post decompression which show a change in the strength of the nerve flow to the muscle. (si-instability.com)
  • local anesthetic
  • If desired, the motor or sensory end-point can be fine-tuned to allow for successful blockade of a spinal nerve with as little as 1 ml of local anesthetic. (asahq.org)
  • A local anesthetic is used to temporarily block these nerves from sending the pain signals on to the brain. (summitortho.com)
  • palsy
  • Patients may have a recent or remote history of blunt trauma, or previous viral illness that can be responsible for a nerve palsy leading to winging. (neurologyadvisor.com)