DREZ


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DREZDorsal Root Entry Zone
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We have found out that there was P[0.sup.+] myelin in the DREZ in the groups with transplantation of hUCB-MCs, while no P[0.sup.+] myelin detected in this area in the animals with SCI only (Figures 2(a), 2(d), and 2(j)).
DREZ lesioning, myelotomy, tractotomy, cingulotomy, or thalamotomy, in the hope of removing the short-circuited, dysfunctional pain-generating nerves from the normal neural system, or interrupting the feedback pathway to the brain.
En ese mismo ano, Sindou publico la tecnica microquirurgica de lesion a la region DREZ, consistente en incision y coagulacion bipolar, como tratamiento para el dolor neuropatico en un paciente con infiltracion del plexo braquial, debido a un sindrome de Pancoast Tobias.
“To date, Super Lawyers has recognized eleven Wick Phillips attorneys a total of 54 times since 2004,” said David Drez, managing partner of Wick Phillips.
"That was a difficult decision to make because opting to have this surgery (DREZ) meant that no matter what new treatments for paralysis became available, I would never be a candidate for any of them."
Computer-assisted DREZ microcoagulation: Posttraumatic spinal deafferentation pain.
In: DeLee JC, Drez D (eds): Orthopaedic Sports Medicine.
Graft selection for posterior cruciate ligament surgery, in Drez D Jr, DeLee JC (eds): Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine.
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Drez masterfully tells the story of the consolidation and breakout from Normandy as described by many of the participants through lively vignettes from both the Allied and German perspectives.
In his canzone 70, the first of a configuration of four canzones, Petrarch, following Dante, quotes at the end of each stanza the incipit of four famous canzones by the masters of the canzone Arnaut Daniel (at least Petrarch seems to have thought that Arnaut Daniel was the author of "Drez et rayson es qu'ieu ciant e.
Drez admitted liability by paying $100,000 to the plaintiffs in settlement of their claims.