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Fiber

A slang term for the euro-U.S. dollar exchange rate.
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Misidentification and misinterpretation of the posterior branch as the main trunk of the ILN put the anterior branch and motor fibers under the greatest risk.
For example, when there's a stroke in the internal capsule, it might interrupt sensory fibers, motor fibers, and fibers involved in other functions--all of which run very close to one another.
For example, a stroke in the internal capsule might interrupt sensory fibers, motor fibers, and fibers involved in other functions, all running very close to one another.
Fibrosis occurs between motor fibers at 1 to 2 years and fragmentation and disintegration occur by 2 years.