Caffeine, used in many pain medications as an adjuvant analgesic, is an adenosine A1 and A2A receptor antagonist. Here we examined the effects of acute or chronic caffeine administration in rats after partial sciatic nerve injury. The hindpaw response to mechanical or cold stimulation was assessed following photochemically induced sciatic nerve injury which leads to hypersensitivity to these stimuli. Caffeine was administered i.p. acutely or in the drinking water chronically. The mechanical and cold hypersensitivity of sciatic nerve-injured rats was dose-dependently alleviated by acute systemic administration of caffeine (10-80 mg/kg). The effect of caffeine was, however, associated with side effects including locomotor stimulation or depression. Chronic oral administration (average daily doses 27.5 mg/kg/day or 61.5 mg/kg/day for 2 weeks) of caffeine starting at the time of nerve injury did not significantly affect the development of pain-like behaviors. Thus, acute, but not long term, caffeine ...
Reasons for sciatic nerve pain There are various causes that lead to sciatic nerve pain, but the major reasons that can lead to this type of pain are: 1. Excessive pressure on the sciatic nerve: Sciatic nerve pain can be a result of unwanted pressure put on the body due to improper posture, strain in the muscles, pregnancy, overweight, using a very soft mattress for sleeping purpose. It can also have excessive pressure on the sciatic nerve due to slip disc. Some cases of sciatic nerve pain have been recorded by due to the compression of the sciatic nerve by a tumor encircling the spinal cord in the lower back. 2. Degenerative arthritis: It is also a common cause of sciatica. Degenerative arthritis also known as Osteoarthritis can be identified by certain specific characteristics like creation of bone spurs or a set of protruding bone which presses on the nerve roots. Older people sometimes may develop a medical condition called spinal stenosis, where the nerve is compressed due to narrowing of ...
There are various causes that lead to sciatic nerve pain, but the major reasons that can lead to this type of pain are: 1. Excessive pressure on the sciatic nerve: Sciatic nerve pain can be a result of unwanted pressure put on the body due to improper posture, strain in the muscles, pregnancy, overweight, using a very soft mattress for sleeping purpose. It can also have excessive pressure on the sciatic nerve due to slip disc. Some cases of sciatic nerve pain have been recorded by due to the compression of the sciatic nerve by a tumor encircling the spinal cord in the lower back. 2. Degenerative arthritis: It is also a common cause of sciatica. Degenerative arthritis also known as Osteoarthritis can be identified by certain specific characteristics like creation of bone spurs or a set of protruding bone which presses on the nerve roots. Older people sometimes may develop a medical condition called spinal stenosis, where the nerve is compressed due to narrowing of space in and around the spinal ...
Intraneural introduction of local anesthetic belongs to the existing complications of peripheral nerves blockades. The damage of peripheral nerves is associated with the damaging effect of the injection needle and with the pressure caused by the introduction of local anesthetic. Purpose: Determine the pressure of the local anesthetic in fascial compartment of the sciatic nerve during his administration in the blockade of the sciatic nerve subgluteal access. Materials and Methods: Submitted blockade of the sciatic nerve subgluteal access in 22 patients with peripheral nerve electrostimulation under ultrasound guidance. To measure interstitial pressure system was used with the inclusion of a probe invasive blood pressure. Results: During the introduction of 1 ml in the fascial compartment of the sciatic nerve, the pressure of 0.77 psi (40 mmHg) was registered. In the course of the further introduction of local anesthetic up to 13 ml, the pressure did not alter validly (p > 0.05) and its average was 40 (35
Sciatic nerve block (SNB) has been shown to reduce postoperative pain and opioid requirements, as well as improve patient satisfaction after outpatient foot and ankle surgery. The sciatic nerve divides into two terminal branches (the common peroneal and tibial nerves) in the popliteal fossa. Through these two branches it innervates the entire leg, ankle and foot except for the skin over the anterior-medial aspect of the leg, which is supplied by the saphenous nerve, a branch of the femoral nerve.. Many approaches have been described to sciatic nerve blockade. High in the thigh or buttock are the classical posterior approach, the supine approach, and the anterior approach. In the popliteal fossa, a posterior, a lateral and a medial approach have been described. The popliteal fossa approaches are most commonly used to provide regional anesthesia and/or analgesia for major foot and ankle surgery.. Traditional nerve localization techniques include seeking paresthesiae on needle to nerve contact, or ...
The sciatic nerve in the popliteal fossa is bordered superolaterally by the long head of the biceps femoris muscle and superomedially by the semimembranosus and semitendinosus muscles. The sciatic nerve branches into the common peroneal nerve and the tibial nerve at variable location along its course in the thigh. Popliteal sciatic nerve block is indicated for procedures in the foot and ankle ...
Sciatica is a fairly common condition that refers to pain that originates in the sciatic nerve and often causes pain in the low back, buttocks, and down the leg. This can range from mild to severe, intermittent or constant, chronic or acute. Acute refers to the initial stages, and chronic refers to the later stages. The pain follows the path of the sciatic nerve from the low back down the leg, and more commonly affects only one side. Sciatica is not a condition in itself, but rather a set of symptoms that occur as a result of inflammation or irritation of the sciatic nerve - hence the term "sciatica.". Sciatic nerve pain is very common and can affect people of all ages, however it is more prevalent as people reach their late thirties or beyond. It affects both men and women. When severe the pain can be quite crippling, making it difficult to walk, sit for long periods, go up stairs, or basically carry out a normal day. It can also be quite a nuisance at times. In the worst of cases, surgery may ...
Background: Protective antiself response to nervous system injury has been reported to be mediated by a T-cell subpopulation that can recognize self-antigens. Immune cells have been shown to play a role in the regulation of motor neuron survival after a peripheral nerve injury. The objective of the present study was to evaluate the effects of immune system augmentation with use of the antigen glatiramer acetate, which is known to affect T-cell immunity, on peripheral nerve regeneration. Methods: Wild-type and nude-type (T-cell-deficient) rats underwent crush injury of the sciatic nerve. Three and six weeks after the injury, the sciatic nerve was examined, both functionally (on the basis of footprint analysis and the tibialis anterior muscle response and weight) and histologically (on the basis of axon count). Results: Significantly greater muscle responses were measured after three weeks in the group of wild-type rats that were treated with glatiramer acetate (control limb:injured limb ratio, ...
Under anesthesia with ketamine-xylazine, the skin of the right lower limb was incised. The right sciatic nerve was exposed and ligated at mid-thigh level using surgical thread. For immunofluorescent analysis, operated mice were decapitated under deep anesthesia with ketamine-xylazine 8 h after ligation and perfused with 4% paraformaldehyde fixative in phosphate buffer, pH 7.4. The right sciatic nerve segment, including at least 5 mm both proximal and distal to the ligated site, was removed. The nonligated, left sciatic nerve was also taken out in the same manner as the right nerve. The removed nerves were placed into fixative for 4 h, transferred consecutively to 10, 15, and 20% sucrose in 0.01 m PBS, pH 7.4, for 4 h each at 4°C, mounted in Tissue-Tek OCT compound (Sakura, Tokyo, Japan), and frozen with powdered CO2 in acetone. Ten-micrometer-thick cryostat sections were prepared from the frozen tissues, blocked with normal goat serum (1:20), incubated with anti-synaptophysin (1:50,000; Dako) ...
To describe the ultrasonographic technique for investigation of the canine sciatic nerve, four canine cadaver pelvic limbs, two live healthy dogs, and five canine patients with suspected peripheral sciatic nerve lesions were examined with a high-resolution linear ultrasound transducer. The caudal part of the lumbosacral trunk and the origin of the sciatic nerve were visualized through the greater ischiatic foramen. The two components of the sciatic nerve, common peroneal and tibial nerves, were distinguished along the entire length of the nerve, until they branched at the level of the distal femur. In healthy live dogs they appeared as two adjacent hypoechoic tubular structures with internal echotexture of discontinuous hyperechoic bands, surrounded by a thin rim of highly echogenic tissue. The common peroneal component had a smaller diameter and was on the cranial aspect of the tibial component. An ultrasonographic lesion compatible with a peripheral nerve sheath tumor was found in one dog. ...
Driscoll, D.; Ennis, W.; Meneses, P., 1994: Human sciatic nerve phospholipid profiles from non-diabetes mellitus, non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus individuals. A 31P NMR spectroscopy study
Neuroprostheses based on electrical stimulation could potentially help disabled persons. They are based on neural interface that aim at creating an intimate contact with neural cells. The efficacy of neuroprostheses can be improved by increasing the selectivity of the neural interfaces used to stimulate specific subsets of cells. Selectivity is strongly influenced by interface design. Computer models can be useful for exploring the high dimensional space of design parameters with the aim to provide guidelines for the development of more efficient electrodes, with minimal animal use and optimization of manufacturing processes. The purpose of this study was to implement a realistic model of the performance of a transverse intrafascicular multichannel electrode (TIME) implanted into the rat sciatic nerve. A realistic finite element method (FEM) model was developed taking into account the anatomical and physiological features of the rat sciatic nerve. Electric potentials were calculated and interpolated
Increased protein kinase C (PKC) activity has been implicated in the pathogenesis of diabetic retinopathy and nephropathy. However, the role of PKC in diabetic neuropathy remains unclear. The present study was conducted to compare the effect of PKC inhibition by a PKC-beta-selective inhibitor, LY333531 (LY), on diabetic nerve dysfunction with that of an aldose reductase inhibitor, NZ-314 (NZ). Streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats were treated with or without LY and/or NZ for 4 weeks, and motor nerve conduction velocity (MNCV), coefficient of variation of R-R interval (CVR-R), sciatic nerve blood flow (SNBF), peak latencies of oscillatory potentials on electroretinogram, PKC activities in membranous and cytosolic fractions of sciatic nerves, and polyol contents in the tail nerves were measured. Untreated diabetic rats demonstrated delayed MNCV, decreased CVR-R, reduced SNBF, and prolonged peak latencies of oscillatory potentials. Treatment with LY as well as NZ prevented all these deficits in ...
This stretch may be a bit more difficult, and is most easily done lying down. Cross one foot on the opposite knee. Lie down on your back, and bend both of your knees. The Bonati Spine Procedures can provide immediate relief with sciatica treatment, especially if your symptoms of sciatic pain are related to a herniated or bulging lower lumbar intervertebral disc that is compressing one of the nerve roots before it joins the sciatic nerve. It can be caused either by an L3-L4 disk herniation, which is relatively rare, or by an L4-L5 disk herniation that happens to point out laterally into the nerve canal. False sciatica, by contrast, is caused by compression peripheral to the spinal nerve root. This symptom pattern tends to lead to the question of whether the whole sciatic nerve is being pinched somewhere along its course from the sacrum to the knee rather than one of the spinal nerves that leads into it. Again, this muscle follows along the sciatic nerve, and when tight, pulls on the pelvis which ...
Phospholipids and cerebrosides of the normal chick sciatic nerve were extracted by Folch procedures and separated with silica gel thin-layer chromatography using various chloroform-methanol solvents. The subsequent chemical assays were expressed as a function of the developmental stages of the chick from 15 days of incubation to 7 days after hatching (28 days from onset of incubation). A histological study of chick sciatic nerves at ages 18, 20, 22 and 25 days was conducted to identify the period of myelination. Luxol Fast Blue G stain was used to identify the myelin. Myelin, is poorly identified at 18 days but notably present at 25 days. The assays of the phospholipids, expressed as relative percent of the total phospholipid phosphorus, indicated that ethanolamine-phosphoglyceride ratio increases significantly from 17 days to 23 days from onset. Sphingomyelin ratio also increased during this time, but not as much. While the relative amount of serinephosphoglyceride remained constant and ...
Sciatica can be very painful and it can even be debilitating. This nerve condition is often caused by inflammation from your back pressing on the sciatic nerve. The pain can be so intense that pain relievers dont even help to control the pain. If you have this condition, you want to get sciatic nerve relief right away.. When you have sciatic nerve pain you really feel it. It can radiate down your entire leg and you can even feel it in your foot. The pain is intense and unrelenting. You usually feel it on just one side of your body. There are many conditions that can cause sciatica. It often happens when your spine compresses the nerve which will irritate it and cause problems and pain.. In many cases, the condition will improve in a few weeks with rest and exercises you can do at home. This isnt always the case however, and sometimes you need surgery to heal your back. If you have sciatica you know it because the pain is very intense. It can hurt from your lower back all the way into your ...
... (Successfully Relieve Sciatic Nerve Pain with This Simple 10-Minutes Method) The longest nerve in the entire human body is also known as the sciatic nerve. Its located at the back of the legs, starting from the buttocks, going down the length
By The Get Rid Of This Now Team • January 13, 2017 • Sciatic Treatments. Who ever thought that sitting would be a painful experience, but thats exactly what happens with those that suffers from sciatica.. Without this annoying and painful condition, sitting is normally a very relaxing thing to do, especially when you are watching a good movie or sporting event…. One of the most painful things that you can ever run into is known as sciatica, or the inflammation of the sciatic nerve. This condition sends shooting pain from your back all the way into your leg, and it can be a very scary thing. Sciatic nerve conditions can be almost debilitating, with the affected individuals having trouble with the most basic tasks in many instances. With that in mind, you have to be willing to get a little bit creative with their sciatic treatment. There are ways to relieve the pain temporarily and ways to get rid of the pain long term.. Surgery works….but not for everyone.. Though surgery is a good ...
The present study demonstrates that sciatic nerve injury induces a rapid production and release of IL-1β and TNF and causes infiltration of neutrophils and proinflammatory M1 monocytes/macrophages into the distal stump. Mice lacking both IL-1R1 and TNFR1 had reduced neutrophil and M1 macrophage influx and reduced nociceptive hypersensitivity compared with wild-type littermates after injury. However, recovery of sciatic nerve function was impaired in IL-1β-, TNF-, and IL-1β/TNF-ko mice. In addition, we found that neutrophil depletion, a strategy that alleviates neuropathic pain after sciatic nerve ligation, does not affect axonal regeneration and recovery of sciatic nerve function. Together, these results indicate that therapeutic approaches aimed at blocking neutrophil entry are likely to be more beneficial than neutralizing proinflammatory cytokines such as IL-1 and TNF in the treatment of neuropathic pain.. Activation of the innate immune response orchestrates a complex, tightly regulated ...
PubMed journal article [AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON REPAIR OF SCIATIC NERVE INJURY BY Schwann-LIKE CELLS DERIVED FROM UMBILICAL CORD BLOOD MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS were found in PRIME PubMed. Download Prime PubMed App to iPhone or iPad.
The observations here reported indicate that, in vivo, the expression of an important protein of peripheral myelin, the glycoprotein Po, is influenced by mifespristone (RU 38486), that is, an antagonist of progesterone (PR) and glucocorticoid (GR) receptor. In our experimental model, male rats have been treated at the first day of life with this antagonist and after repeated treatments, we have analyzed in the sciatic nerve of 20- (20d) and 30-day-old rats (30d) the mRNA and protein levels of Po. Moreover, expression of Po has also been analyzed in the sciatic nerve of animals treated during the first 30 days of postnatal life and then sacrificed at 90th day of life (90d). The results obtained have indicated that both mRNA and protein levels of Po decrease at 20d. Apparently, these effects seem to be transient because no changes are evident at the other two times of analysis. As shown by morphometric analysis, the treatment with RU 38486 is also able to induce morphological changes at the level ...
Expression of GLUTs in rat peripheral nerve was first studied at the mRNA level with Northern transfer analysis with cDNAs specific for GLUT1, GLUT2, GLUT3, and GLUT4. GLUT1 mRNA was the only GLUT mRNA detectable in rat sciatic nerve. In situ hybridization localized this mRNA to the perineurium and to some endo- and epineurial capillaries. Indirect immunofluorescence stainings demonstrated that GLUT1 protein epitopes were concentrated primarily in the perineurium and endoneurial capillaries. Also, some Schwann cells, a few epineurial capillaries, and medium-sized blood vessels showed a faintly positive immunoreaction. All cell types present in primary cultures initiated from rat sciatic nerve (perineurial cells, Schwann cells, and fibroblasts) expressed GLUT1 protein in vitro. Thus, Schwann cells, which expressed GLUT1 only occasionally at a low level in vivo, have the potential to express GLUT1 at a markedly higher level under cell culture conditions. Incubation of the cultures in 25 mM ...
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KISSIMMEE, Fla. -- Two minutes of pressure on the path of the sciatic nerve appears to bring up to an hours relief of pain and discomfort for people with a variety of symptoms.
The sciatic nerve is a nerve in the body that runs from the spinal cord down the leg and all the way down to the ankle. Occasionally, irritation of this nerve can occur and can actually cause some rather excruciating pain, or even a loss of movement in the affected leg. There are many causes of sciatic nerve pain including that caused from pregnancy. ...
Sciatica is a painful problem that is experienced by many people. The nerve root connecting to the sciatic nerve becomes irritated or compressed and causes a lot of pain and difficulty of movement of the leg or hip. The most common cause of sciatic nerve damage is lower back problems, such as occurs with a herniated disk, lumbar spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, and even from tumors or infections.HealingSciatic nerve damage will usually heal on its own within a few weeks, says Dr. Stephen Hochschuler of Spine Health. While healing, you may want to take pain relievers and take it easy.Heat and IceHeat and ice are both used to trea...
The sciatic nerve is the dominant nerve that innervates the lower back and the lower extremities. It travels from the lower spine, through the pelvis, and down each leg. It is the longest and widest nerve in the human body. The sciatic nerve primarily supplies the muscles of the lower
Myelination profiles of sciatic nerves in atg7-SCKO mice.A. Representative electron micrographs of sciatic nerve cross sections from animals at P10 and in adult
Muscled Hip with Sciatic Nerve | Muscle Models | Full size normal right hip with proximal femur and lower lumbar vertebrae including: sciatic nerve, gluteus medius, gluteus minimus, iliacus, inferior and superior gemellus, obturator internus, piriformis and psoas muscles, articular capsule ligament
By The Get Rid Of This Now Team • • Sciatic Treatments. Who ever thought that sitting would be a painful experience, but thats exactly what happens with those that suffers from sciatica.. Without this annoying and painful condition, sitting is normally a very relaxing thing to do, especially when you are watching a good movie or sporting event…. One of the most painful things that you can ever run into is known as sciatica, or the inflammation of the sciatic nerve. This condition sends shooting pain from your back all the way into your leg, and it can be a very scary thing. Sciatic nerve conditions can be almost debilitating, with the affected individuals having trouble with the most basic tasks in many instances. With that in mind, you have to be willing to get a little bit creative with their sciatic treatment. There are ways to relieve the pain temporarily and ways to get rid of the pain long term.. Surgery works….but not for everyone.. Though surgery is a good option for many back ...
2 SIMPLE WAYS TO RELEASE SCIATIC NERVE PAIN AT HOME USING NO MEDICINE. Sciatica is pain caused by irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve. It usually affects only one … Continue Reading →. ...
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Suffering from sciatic nerve pain can affect your whole life as it limits your ability to be active. Among the most common causes for sciatic nerve pain...
Most women with sciatic nerve pain in pregnancy end up recovering within 6 weeks of having the condition. all pregnant women with sciatic nerve pain end up
4. Measure the depth that the sciatic nerve is located from the surface of the ultrasound. Then make your skin wheal approximately at a similar distance from the top of the ultrasound probe. This should allow you to insert your needle in a plane which is relatively horizontal to the structure of interest and allow you to maintain great visualization of your needle ...
(2012) Abd El Motlb et al. Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia. Background: The infragluteal parabiceps approach to sciatic nerve might be easier to be learnt by trainees with reasonable success rate and performance time and less incidence of complications. Methods: After ethical approval, infraglute...
Neuropathic pain is a worldwide health problem with no consensus regarding its optimal therapy. This study compared the analgesic effect and gastric, hepatic, and renal safety of combined low doses of diclofenac and celecoxib with gabapentin versus their individual high doses in the treatment of neuropathic pain in rats. Left sciatic nerve ligation was used as neuropathic pain model. Rats were allocated into 7 groups (7 rats for each): sham control; model group (received vehicle); Gaba-group (received gabapentin (100 mg/kg /day); Diclo 10-group (received diclofenac (10 mg/kg); Cele 10-group (received celecoxib (10 mg/kg/day); Gaba + Diclo 5 (receivedgabapentin(100 mg/kg /day) plus diclofenac (5 mg/kg); Gaba + Cele 5 (received gabapentin (100 mg/kg/day) plus celecoxib (5 mg/kg ...
Background: We have developed a femoral supporting pad with an integrated ultrasound probe holder and examined its practical usability on patients with lower limb surgery.. Objectives: To evaluate the function of this novel femoral supporting pad with respect to its practicability during the performance of a distal sciatic nerve blockade, the time needed to perform this blockade including the catheter insertion and the quality of postoperative analgesia within the first 24 hours.. Methods: 50 patients which had been scheduled for elective lower leg, ankle or foot surgery had received a continuous blockade of the distal sciatic nerve. Sciatic nerve blockade was performed sonographically controlled with the patients in supine position by using our novel femoral supporting pad with an integrated ultrasound probe holder.. Primary endpoint: duration of the intervention. Secondary endpoints: pain intensity (visual analogue scale VAS 0-10) at the first postoperative day; cumulative opioid (piritramide) ...
Images: MPZ and PMP22 expression in the sciatic nerve of WT and Nox4−/− mice after SNI. A, Western blot analysis of the myelin-specific proteins MPZ and PMP22 in the day 14 SNI sciatic nerve (proximal nerve stump) and the uninjured control sciatic nerve. GAPDH was used as loading control. Note that MPZ and PMP22 protein expression is significantly decreased after SNI in WT mice but not in Nox4−/− mice. n = 3 mice per group. Data are presented as mean ± SEM (*p , 0.05). B, Immunostaining of the day 14 SNI sciatic nerve shows increased MPZ immunoreactivity in Nox4−/− mice compared with WT mice, whereas immunoreactivity of the neuronal marker NF200 is similar in both genotypes. Scale bar, 10 μm. ...
An ischemia/reperfusion injury of rats sciatic nerve was experimentally developed. In this model, we measured the in vivo production of superoxide radical, as a marker of oxidative stress and the...
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OBJECTIVE: To quantitatively investigate the effects of Ringers solution with different concentrations of alcohol (1%ï½ 80%) on biphasic compound action potentials (AP) from frog sciatic nerve trunk, and their recoveries from alcohol effects. METHODS: Individual segments of frog sciatic nerve trunk with a length of 6 to 8 cm were prepared. Ringers solution with different concentrations of alcohol (0%, 1%, 2%, 4%, 8%, 16%, 32%, 48%, 64% and 80%) was applied onto the segment of the trunk between the stimulus and ground electrodes via an agent reservoir which was newly armed in a nerve trunk shielded chamber for 5 minutes. The nerve trunk was respectively electro-stimulated to generate the biphasic compound AP which was recorded using the experimental system of BL-420F. This was followed by 5 times washout plus 5 min administration with Ringers solution before recovery recording of AP. RESULTS: Compared to normal Ringers solution, Ringers solution with alcohol at ≤4% did not have dramatic ...
BioAssay record AID 71785 submitted by ChEMBL: Percent block of sciatic nerve sartorius muscle twitch of frog 60 min after indirect stimulation and exposure to 50 uM toxin for 60 min.
Sciatica or sciatic nerve pain can be an extremely debilitating symptom, with sufferers experiencing both acute and chronic pain in the buttock and back of the thigh.
... , also known as sciatica, is a painful condition that is most commonly indicated by pain that radiates through the leg.
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Regeneration of injured nerves is likely occurring in the peripheral nervous system, but not in the central nervous system. Although protein-coding gene expression has been assessed during nerve regeneration, little is currently known about the role of non-coding RNAs (ncRNAs). This leaves open questions about the potential effects of ncRNAs at transcriptome level. Due to the limited availability of human neuropathic pain data, we have identified the most comprehensive time-course gene expression profile referred to sciatic nerve injury, and studied in a rat model, using two neuronal tissues, namely dorsal root ganglion (DRG) and sciatic nerve (SN). We have developed a methodology to identify differentially expressed bioentities starting from microarray probes, and re-purposing them to annotate ncRNAs, while analyzing the expression profiles of protein-coding genes. The approach is designed to reuse microarray data and perform first profiling and then meta-analysis through three main steps. First, we
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