According to Khouri and El-Akawi, when Ruta aqueous extract was fed orally to male albino rats at a dose of 500 mg/kg body weight for 60 days a significant decrease in the weight of reproductive organs, cauda
epididymis and testicular ducts and a reduction in sperm motility and density were noticed.
1003391)] as well as that of the cauda
epididymal tubules (see Supplemental Material, Figure 1C,D).
Blood circulation of cauda
equina and nerve root [Japanese].
equina da esas semptomlar bilateral iskiyatik agri, bacak arasinda sele tarzi his kaybi, alt ekstremitelerde guc kaybi ile birlikte barsak ve mesane disfonksiyonu olarak tanimlanmistir.
In addition, in order to study the neurotoxicity of ropivacaine in the spinal cord and not in the cauda
equina, we threaded the catheter 8 cm caudally to the level of L3.
fitchi shows a number of characters diagnostic of Sciaenidae including: a strongly homosulcoid sulcus, with both the rostrum and antirostrum absent; a broad, flat, shallow ostium with a distinct postostial lobe; and a narrow horizontal anterior cauda
with a curved posterior cauda
4,5,20) Lower extremity weakness, paraplegia, sensory deficits, altered deep tendon reflexes, sphincteric dysfunction and cauda
equina syndrome are frequently seen in the course of the disease; (5,17) atypical clinical presentations, such as palpable cysts in the soft tissues on either side of the vertebral column, are not seldom encountered.
equina is a fanning bundle of lumbar and sacral nerve roots exiting the spinal cord.
Sialic acid contents of the testes, cauda
epididymides, seminal vesicle and ventral prostate were depleted (Table 3).
Note: Traditionally bagna cauda
is served in a terracotta pot placed on hot embers.
MALAPROPISM landed the handicap sprint named in honour of his owner Michael Foy's course specialist Cauda
Equina who took seven races at the Lansdown Hill track before retirement.
Irreversible events--which are very rare but have led to cases of paralysis and death--include cauda
equina syndrome, which sometimes can be reversed with prompt surgery and vascular injury primarily to the verrebrobasilar arteries.