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*  Vagotomy
Highly selective vagotomy refers to denervation of only those branches supplying the lower esophagus and stomach (leaving the ... This procedure is rarely performed.[citation needed] Highly selective vagotomy includes denervation of only the fundus and body ... and denervation of the pylorus; therefore, a pyloric drainage procedure, such as pyloric dilatation or disruption ( ...
*  Neuromuscular junction
By doing so, it induces a transient flaccid paralysis and chemical denervation localized to the striated muscle that it has ...
*  Denervation
... is any loss of nerve supply regardless of the cause. If the nerves lost to denervation are part of the neuronal ... Denervation can be caused by injury or be a symptom of a disorder like ALS and post-polio syndrome. Additionally, it can be a ... This process of denervation is however different from post-polio syndrome in that it only involves upper and lower motor neuron ... Denervation can have many harmful side effects such as increased risk of infection and tissue dysfunction. The loss of nerve ...
*  Denervation supersensitivity
... is the sharp increase of sensitivity of post-synaptic membranes to a chemical transmitter after ... S. Thesleff, L.C. Sellin, "Denervation supersensitivity", Trends in Neurosciences, Volume 3, Issue 5, May 1980, Pages 122-126 ... doi:10.1016/0166-2236(80)90046-6 S. Z. Langer, "Denervation Supersensitivity", in: Principles of Receptor Research Volume 2 of ...
*  Renal sympathetic denervation
... (RSDN), or renal denervation (RDN), is a minimally invasive, endovascular catheter based ... Renal Denervation System. Currently, no renal denervation device has FDA approval. The procedure involves endovascular access ... "Renal sympathetic denervation". Radiopaedia. Retrieved 29 May 2015. Esler, MC; Krum, H; Sobotka, PA; Schlaich, MP; Schmieder, ... A 2014 consensus statement from The Joint UK Societies did not recommend the use of renal denervation for treatment of ...
*  Ciliary ganglion
4) Denervation supersensitivity. Like any denervated muscle, the iris becomes supersensitive to its normal neurotransmitter (in ...
*  Ross' syndrome
Ross AT (November 1958). "Progressive selective sudomotor denervation; a case with coexisting Adie's syndrome". Neurology. 8 ( ...
*  Salomon Z. Langer
The onset of denervation supersensitivity. Langer SZ, Trendelenburg U. J Pharmacol Exp Ther. 1966 Jan;151(1):73-86 ... His research was on the mechanisms involving denervation supersensitivity. with Ullrich Trendelenburg with whom he became ... course of the development of supersensitivity to various amines in the nictitating membrane of the pithed cat after denervation ...
*  Neural top-down control of physiology
"Autonomic Renal Denervation Ameliorates Experimental Glomerulonephritis". Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. 19 (7 ...
*  Chronaxie
... "long-term denervation stage" of the rat model, i.e., denervation time longer than six months). In 3 out of 36 leg muscles, ... Chronaxie from 0.1-0.2 ms in innervated muscle changed to 0.5-1 ms within one to two days after denervation (i.e., after ... Chronaxie remained at this level up to 6 months postsciatectomy (Mid-term denervation stage in the rat model: from 2 to 6 ... Several studies have suggested that the function of denervation-induced myoD may be to prevent the muscle atrophy induced by ...
*  Catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia
In recent reports, left cardiac sympathetic denervation and bilateral thoracoscopic sympathectomy have shown promising results ... Receptor defects cause inherited disorder CPVT Denervation successfully treats catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular ... Hughes, Sue (2008-05-07). "Denervation successfully treats catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia". HeartWire. ... "Left cardiac sympathetic denervation for catecholaminergic polymorphic ventricular tachycardia". New England Journal of ...
*  Brachial plexus injury
The evidence of denervation will be evident. If there is no nerve conduction 72 hours after the injury, then avulsion is most ...
*  Reinnervation
Denervation Neuroregeneration Targeted reinnervation The Williams Dictionary of Biomaterials. Liverpool University Press. 1999 ...
*  Apraclonidine
The affected pupil is thus miotic and the pupillary dilator responds to denervation by increasing α1 receptors. Apraclonidine ... Koc F, Kansu T, Kavuncu S, Firat E (2006). "Topical apraclonidine testing discloses pupillary sympathetic denervation in ...
*  Linezolid
Chao CC, Sun HY, Chang YC, Hsieh ST (January 2008). "Painful neuropathy with skin denervation after prolonged use of linezolid ...
*  Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy
Goebel, F.-D.; Füessl, H.S. (1983). "Mönckeberg's sclerosis after sympathetic denervation in diabetic and non-diabetic subjects ... He has documented loss of thermoregulatory function, cardiac denervation, and loss of vasoconstriction. Recurrence of the ... Because of these difficulties, and because of disabling sequelae associated with sympathetic denervation, conventional or "open ... "Partial cardiac sympathetic denervation after bilateral thoracic sympathectomy in humans". Heart Rhythm. 2 (6): 602-9. doi: ...
*  Loin pain hematuria syndrome
Other treatments may include denervation, autotransplantation, renal neurectomy, or nephrectomy. Unfortunately symptoms often ... Pruritus management Maintenance therapy between pain exacerbations Implantable drug delivery system Surgical renal denervation ...
*  Trypanosoma cruzi
It is true that all inflammatory and non-inflammatory heart disease may display forms of parasympathetic denervation; this ... denervation presents in a descriptive fashion in Chagas' disease. It has also been indicated that the loss of parasympathetic ...
*  Teres minor muscle
Additional electromyography is helpful to reveal any decelerated nerve conduction velocity, and thus denervation of the ... September 2006). ". Ultrasound findings of teres minor denervation in suspected quadrilateral space syndrome". J Clin ...
*  Diabetic cardiomyopathy
Therefore, the diabetic heart shows clear denervation as the pathology progresses. This denervation correlates with ... Other causes of denervation are ischemia from microvascular disease and thus appear following the development of ...
*  Rabaptin
... a novel neurite-outgrowth factor secreted by muscle after denervation". NeuroReport. 8 (16): 3649-3654. doi:10.1097/00001756- ...
*  Quadrilateral space syndrome
... or quadrangular space syndrome is a rotator cuff denervation syndrome in which the axillary nerve ... Differential considerations include similar rotator cuff denervation syndromes such as Parsonage-Turner syndrome, and ... "Ultrasound findings of teres minor denervation in suspected quadrilateral space syndrome". Journal of Clinical Ultrasound. 34 ( ...
*  SNARE (protein)
Garcia A, Fulton JE (1996). "Cosmetic denervation of the muscles of facial expression with botulinum toxin. A dose-response ...
*  Lateral pectoral nerve
"The skin projection point of the neurovascular bundle (NVB) represents the denervation point (DP)." The NVB (thoracoacromial ... Titiz, Izzet; Ozel; Ozel; Toros; Marur; Yildirim; Erdogdu; Kara (19 August 2010). "Denervation Point for Neuromuscular Blockade ... may be the guide for local anesthetic applications in order to achieve pectoral muscle denervation. "Routine botulinum toxin ...
*  Familial amyloid neuropathy
July 2006). "Impact of liver transplantation on cardiac autonomic denervation in familial amyloid polyneuropathy". Medicine ( ...