*  Association of Common SIX6 Polymorphisms With Peripapillary Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness: The Singapore Chinese Eye...
Rescanning was performed if motion artifacts (indicated by discontinuity of blood vessels) or saccades through the ... Kawakami K Sato S Ozaki H Ikeda K. Six family genes--structure and function as transcription factors and their roles in ... Effect of race, age, and axial length on optic nerve head parameters and retinal nerve fiber layer thickness measured by Cirrus ... Retinal nerve fiber layer loss may precede optic disc cupping and functional changes in the early stage of glaucoma. Therefore ...
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*  Neural control of the kidney: functionally specific renal sympathetic nerve fibers | Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative...
... increased renal sympathetic nerve activity regulates the functions of the intrarenal effectors: the tubules, the blood vessels ... T, tubule; V, vessel. On the left, a single renal sympathetic nerve fiber makes sequential contact with each of the effectors, ... This suggested at least two populations of renal sympathetic nerve fibers, possibly subserving different functions (i.e., ... Anatomic features of renal nerve fibers.. When characterized as to myelination and size, the renal nerves appear to be rather ...
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*  Intradermal Injection of Capsaicin in Humans Produces Degeneration and Subsequent Reinnervation of Epidermal Nerve Fibers:...
... are typically associated with blood vessels. There was nearly complete degeneration of epidermal nerve fibers and the ... the mechanisms by which capsaicin produces local degeneration of nerve fibers, and (3) the function of epidermal nerve fibers ... Functions of epidermal nerve fibers. The present findings provide new information about the function of ENFs. Because loss of ... Nerve fibers immunoreactive for CGRP also reappeared 3-4 weeks after capsaicin (Fig. 4). These CGRP-immunoreactive nerve fibers ...
  http://www.jneurosci.org/content/18/21/8947
*  Patent US7708759 - Apparatus and methods for securing tendons or ligaments to bone - Google Patents
Also included in the tendon composition are elastic fibers, tenocytes, small blood vessels and nerves. In general, the cellular ... The function of these needles is to hold the tendon segments 356, 362 together without damaging the tips of the tendon which ... Method and apparatus for closing blood vessel punctures. US5395374. Sep 2, 1993. Mar 7, 1995. Danek Medical, Inc.. Orthopedic ... Method and apparatus for connecting and closing severed blood vessels. US5258015. May 3, 1991. Nov 2, 1993. American Cyanamid ...
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*  Oral Care
... there are small nerve fibers and blood vessels and they mainly keep your teeth functioning properly. When these nerve or blood ... vessels are damaged, the blood flow eventually stops and a tooth becomes a dead pulp. This condition Read more » ...
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*  Mozart Blades
The function is to sever a nerve, muscle or tendon fibers, or blood vessel to disable or kill the adversary. Severing a major ... Ms Hurley said her 21-year-old nephew, who was treated at St George's Hospital in Tooting, lost more than four pints of blood ... blood vessel typically leads to death due to exsanguination. Shrapnel wounds via the fragments' blade-like nature. ...
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*  Surgical management of posterior vaginal defects
... blood vessels, nerves, and elastic fibers; and the most proximal end is mostly adipose tissue [1]. The adipose tissue between ... Sexual function and vaginal anatomy in women before and after surgery for pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence. Am J ... Sexual function in women after rectocele repair with acellular porcine dermis graft vs site-specific rectovaginal fascia repair ... Posterior colporrhaphy: its effects on bowel and sexual function. Br J Obstet Gynaecol 1997; 104:82. ...
  https://www.uptodate.com/contents/surgical-management-of-posterior-vaginal-defects
*  Human Anatomy Coloring Book
Hundreds of specialized organs, bones, muscles, nerve fibers, blood vessels, and other anatomical features comprise an ... superbly adapted to its functions by eons of evolutionary development. ...
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*  Family Health Guide
... this means that it inhibits postganglionic nerve fibers which in turn alter the functioning of the sympathetic nervous system. ... It does this by reducing the heart rate and relaxing blood vessels. Clonidine is also a type of drug known as a sympatholytic â ... Changes to blood pressure and pulse.. In some instances the individual can experience a particularly dangerous form of ... A type of mental fuzziness â€" the person feels like their mental functioning is compromised. ...
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*  What is Root Canal or Endodontic Treatment?
... "nerve" of the tooth (and it does contain a few nerve fibers), the tissue contains much more; tiny blood vessels that give it ... When a tooth is healthy, the pulp functions as a sensory resource for the tooth: the nerves in the pulp allow the dentin to ... The pulp, however, is a remnant of development and the tooth can function without it. In fact, as part of the aging process, ... When temperatures are extreme the nerves signal sensitivity and pain.. ...
  http://www.deardoctor.com/articles/id-rather-have-a-root-canal/
*  Patent US7706874 - Stimulating cranial nerve to treat disorders associated with the thyroid gland - Google Patents
The method comprises coupling an electrode to the cranial nerve selected from the group consisting of a vagus nerve, a ... The electrical signal may be applied to the cranial nerve using the electrode to provide electrical nerve stimulation therapy ... a neurostimulator may be adapted to apply an electrical stimulus to the vagus nerve and/or a branch of the vagus nerve ... By balancing hormonal imbalance, the neurostimulator may provide electrical nerve stimulation therapy to the patient, thereby ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US7706874?dq=6,590,872
*  Positive Health Online | Article - Morgellon: The 'M' Word You've Never Heard of and Lesions that Persist
Could it be that chronic contraction of blood vessels will necessarily change certain mass free PREATOMIC OR[orgone] functions ... Autonomic nervous system; A plexus of nerves ganglia and fibers originating in the spinal column and acting to innervate and ... "Arteriosclerosis, for example, shows hard deposits in the walls of the blood vessels. But these deposits are not the cause of ... This interruption of the natural flow of biological functions initiates a chain reaction, which affects the blood cells, ...
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*  Blade - Wikipedia
The function is to sever a nerve, muscle or tendon fibers, or blood vessel to disable or kill the adversary. Severing a major ... blood vessel typically leads to death due to exsanguination. Shrapnel causes wounds via the fragments' blade-like nature. ...
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*  Medical Xpress - nerve fibers(... continued page 3)
Myelin cells swing along blood vessels to traverse the brain. The cells that create myelin, a fatty material that insulates ... Recovery of sensory function by stem cell transplants. New research from Uppsala University shows promising progress in the use ... nerve fibers in the brain's white matter, migrate into the developing brain by climbing and swinging on blood vessels, ... An axon or nerve fiber is a long, slender projection of a nerve cell, or neuron, that conducts electrical impulses away from ...
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*  Nonrespiratory functions of the lungs | definition of Nonrespiratory functions of the lungs by Medical dictionary
What is Nonrespiratory functions of the lungs? Meaning of Nonrespiratory functions of the lungs medical term. What does ... Looking for online definition of Nonrespiratory functions of the lungs in the Medical Dictionary? Nonrespiratory functions of ... that part of the lung that is not covered by pleura and through which blood vessels, bronchi, nerves and lymphatics enter and ... Nerve Supply. The lungs are innervated by parasympathetic fibers via the vagus nerve and sympathetic fibers from the anterior ...
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*  hypothalamus facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about hypothalamus
... attached by a thin stalk of nerve fibers. Important information passes along both the nerve fibers and the blood vessels of ... Many nerve cells in the hypothalamus have a so-called 'neuroendocrine' function - instead of producing transmitter substances ... A few optic nerve fibers from the eyes end here, informing these cells about cycles of light and darkness. Through their ... It regulates a variety of hormonal functions by action on the pituitary gland, and it exerts magisterial control over the blood ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/medicine/anatomy-and-physiology/anatomy-and-physiology/hypothalamus
*  Patente US20040258726 - Methods and materials for nanocrystalline surface coatings and attachment of ... - Google Patentes
... restoring nerve function, healing of grafting blood vessels; forming skin grafts and preparing "artificial skin" by culturing ... Following growth of the nerve along the length of the fiber, the structure is implanted at the appropriate location extending ... nerve cells, heart muscle cells, blood vessel cells, lymphatic vessel cells, kidney cells, intestinal cells, cells forming bone ... The normal endothelium, which lines blood vessels, is uniquely and completely compatible with blood. Endothelial cells initiate ...
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*  Segmental c | definition of segmental c by Medical dictionary
... of the structures principally under the control of the autonomic nerve mechanism are the blood vessels and the pilomotor fibers ... n the mechanisms that regulate the functions of smooth muscle fibers. These regulatory mechanisms vary and are affected ... First, the parasympathetic and sympathetic nerve fiber endings of the autonomic nervous system form a reticulum around the ... 3. Physiology The shortening and thickening of functioning muscle or muscle fiber. ...
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*  bone facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles about bone
Although bone appears solid, it contains numerous microscopic canals permitting the passage of blood vessels and nerve fibers. ... Calcium is necessary for a variety of critical functions outside of bone, including muscle contraction, neuron function, ... Blood vessels and nerves run through the center of each osteon.. Many bones are composed of an outer layer of compact bone and ... through which blood vessels can travel. Once inside, these canals branch, allowing blood vessels to reach cells throughout the ...
  https://www.encyclopedia.com/medicine/anatomy-and-physiology/anatomy-and-physiology/bone
*  Immunomodulatory Effects Mediated by Dopamine
... nerve fibers, heart, and blood vessels [269].. DA and its derivatives can act directly in pancreas; the networks between the ... M. Levite, "Nerve-driven immunity. The direct effects of neurotransmitters on T-cell function," Annals of the New York Academy ... DAT and VAT2 transporters are present in the membranes of human peripheral blood lymphocytes [103, 116], and the function and ... D. Chakroborty, C. Sarkar, H. Yu et al., "Dopamine stabilizes tumor blood vessels by up-regulating angiopoietin 1 expression in ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jir/2016/3160486/
*  Genetic disease offers clues to SIDS, sleep apnea
... to inject injured areas with nerve growth factors to stimulate the regrowth of lost nerve fibers and recover some functions." ... resulting in narrowing of the blood vessels and inadequate blood flow to the brain sites that control breathing. "We think that ... to inject injured areas with nerve growth factors to stimulate the regrowth of lost nerve fibers and recover some functions.". ... Damage also appeared in the anterior cingulate, which helps regulate cardiovascular function, blood pressure, heart rate and ...
  http://www.rxpgnews.com/sleepdisorders/Genetic_disease_offers_clues_to_SIDS_sleep_apnea_1841_1841.shtml
*  Merrill's Atlas of Radiographic Positions and Radiologic Procedures - Philip W. Ballinger - Google Books
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*  Gene therapy offers new hope for diabetic neuropathy | EmaxHealth
Diabetes can lead to nerve damage known as neuropathy that is painful, permanent, irreversible and progressive. The most common ... Senda Ajroud-Driss, an author of the study said the hope is that the therapy will stimulate new blood vessel growth and nerve ... that is responsible to keeping nerve fibers healthy and functioning. Dr. ... The portable device is placed on the vagus nerve in the neck, releasing a slight electrical stimulation to the afferent nerve ...
  https://www.emaxhealth.com/1020/new-hope-treating-diabetic-neuropathy
*  Mice with glowing hearts shed light on how hearts develop | EurekAlert! Science News
... in parasympathetic nerves, in blood vessels or in Purkinje fibers, which prompt the heart's ventricles to pump. The researchers ... In mammals, the heart is the first organ to function and starts beating prior to its full development. "We knew that the heart ... A delay in beats between the two gives the atrium time to contract and push blood through the heart, but the mechanism that ... By that time, the technique revealed, the specialized cells have died so that functions are not duplicated. "These cells have ...
  https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2006-03/cuns-mwg030706.php
*  Reattachment of severed members - The Uncommon Surgical Procedures - blood, body, children, parts, men, drugs, care
Diseases of the Blood, Diseases of the Blood Vessels, Heart Disease, Diseases of the Digestive System, etc… ... accident but returned for additional operations to connect various nerve fibers. That operation was a success, but similar ... surgeons to restore the limbs as functioning parts of the body. ... Blood vessels were rejoined first to permit the flow of blood ... The boy was given plasma by physicians who packed the severed arm in ice and flushed out the blood vessels of the arm with ...
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