Reinnervation

Reinnervation is the restoration, either spontaneously or by surgical grafting, of nerve supply to a part of the body from which it has been lost. ...
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reinnervation

(re″in-әr-va┬┤shәn) restoration of nerve function to a part from which it was lost; it may occur spontaneously or be achieved by nerve grafting.
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Reinnervation

Reinnervation: Restoration of nerve function after it has been lost. Reinnervation may occur spontaneously or be achieved by nerve grafting. The EMG (electromyogram) may show evidence of denervation with subsequent reinnervation in motor neuron diseases such as ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) because the remaining healthy motor neurons can rein...
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reinnervation

Restoration of nerve control of a paralysed muscle or other effector organ by means of regrowth of nerve fibres, either spontaneously or after anastomosis. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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reinnervation

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′inĕr-vā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Reestablishment of neural control of a formerly paralyzed muscle or of other effector organ by means of proximal to distal regrowth of nerve fibers, or by sprouting from nearby intact nerve fibers (collateral sprouting).
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