enervation

[ UK /ˌɛnəvˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. surgical removal of a nerve
  2. lack of vitality
    an enervation of mind greater than any fatigue
  3. serious weakening and loss of energy
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How To Use enervation In A Sentence

  • an enervation of mind greater than any fatigue
  • All codes need to be countervailed, sometimes even swamped in their negation, on pain of rigidity, enervation, the atrophy of social cohesion, blindness, perhaps ultimately self-destruction A Secular Age, 50. Archive 2008-01-13
  • Objective To observe the changes of myoblast proliferation dynamics of atrophic skeletal muscle after denervation in rats and their relationship with muscle atrophy.
  • This study suggests some degree of idiopathic autonomic denervation in patients with slow transit constipation.
  • Additional evidence for ongoing denervation of UA muscle in OSA is provided by the significant increase in sarcolemmal N-CAM staining.
  • Electrophysiological examination showed evidence of chronic partial denervation and reinnervation only in the upper limb segments.
  • The internationalization of English has begun to provoke a twofold enervation .
  • Laparoscopic renal denervation and nephropexy for autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease related pain in adolescents. Publications of the Urology Division
  • In writing the 1955 review on the "Pharmacology of vascular smooth muscle," I had become very interested in the mechanisms by which sympathetic postganglionic denervation and certain drugs like cocaine markedly potentiate the response of effector organs to epinephrine and norepinephrine, yet markedly reduce the response to the sympathomimetic tyramine. Robert F. Furchgott - Autobiography
  • Muscles biopsies also showed scattered atrophy consistent with the process of denervation.
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