neurolysis


neurolysis
Destruction of nerve tissue

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  • neurolysis — [noo räl′ə sis, nyoorual′ə sis] n. [ModL: see NEURO & LYSIS] 1. destruction or exhaustion of nerve tissue 2. the freeing of a nerve from adhesions neurolytic [noor΄ə lit′ik, nyoor΄ə lit′ik] adj …   English World dictionary

  • neurolysis — 1. Destruction of nerve tissue. 2. Freeing of a nerve from inflammatory adhesions. [neuro + G. lysis, dissolution] * * * neu·rol·y·sis n(y)u̇ räl ə səs n, pl y·ses .sēz 1 a) the bre …   Medical dictionary

  • neurolysis — neurolytic /noor euh lit ik, nyoor /, adj. /noo rol euh sis, nyoo /, n. 1. Pathol. a. disintegration of nerve tissue. b. exhaustion of a nerve by excess stimulation. 2. Surg. separation of adhesions from a nerve fiber. [NEURO + LYSIS] * * * …   Universalium

  • neurolysis — n. dissolution or destruction of nerves; exhaustion of nerves from over stimulation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • neurolysis — neu·rol·y·sis …   English syllables

  • neurolysis — /njuˈrɒləsəs/ (say nyooh roluhsuhs) noun 1. Medicine the release of abnormal tension on a nerve by stretching it or cutting it, as in treating a nerve caught in an adhesion. 2. the destruction or dissolution of nerve tissue. {neuro + lysis}… …   Australian English dictionary

  • neurolysis —   n. disintegration of nerve substance; surgical liberation of nerve …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • neurolysis —  ̷ ̷ˈräləsə̇s noun Etymology: New Latin, from neur + lysis 1. : the breaking down of nerve substance (as from disease or exhaustion) 2. : the operation of freeing a nerve from adhesions * * * neurolytic …   Useful english dictionary

  • chemical neurolysis — neurolysis (def. 4) by injection of a neurolytic chemical such as glycerol, phenol, or alcohol adjacent to a nerve; see also chemical rhizotomy …   Medical dictionary

  • alcohol neurolysis — intrathecal neurolysis in which dehydrated alcohol is injected at the point where the dorsal root emerges from the spinal cord …   Medical dictionary


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