1. arising in or stimulated by nerve tissues
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  • The neurogenic stimulus did not alter albumin exudation in any group.
  • Since neurogenic genes do not exhibit proneural activity, the name ‘Tufted’ is somewhat of a misnomer.
  • The differential diagnosis includes both venous and neurogenic claudication.
  • ConclusionThe rehabilitation nursing care of patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction is related with their prognosis, should be thouhgt highly of.
  • She had attached another neurogenic patch to the back of his hand and the Romulan doctor had allowed her to give him a much belated cellular regenerator treatment. Star Trek The Next Generation®
  • Objective : To study the value of Barium swallow radioscopy in assessing neurogenic swallowing dysfunction.
  • The medications most often used to help children with neurogenic bladder are called anticholinergics.
  • Therefore, we needed to distinguish among myogenic tumors, neurogenic tumors, GISTs, and other mesenchymal tumors derived from gastrointestinal tracts.
  • In addition, a nitric oxide-dependent mechanism is responsible for mediating neurogenic vasodilatation and for regulating functions of the respiratory, genitourinary, and gastrointestinal tracts.
  • Three more common conditions associated with altered autonomic function include neurogenic essential hypertension, psychogenic ischemic heart disease, and congestive heart failure.
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