What Is Denervation?


Denervation is defined as loss of nerve supply. It can be caused by a number of factors, in and out of your control. For instance diseases such as ALS and polio as well as physical injury can cause denervation.
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to cut off the nerve supply from (an organ or body part) by surgery or anesthetic block.
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ALS ALS or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis occurs when the motor neurons suffer from fatal degeneration. This causes weakness and atrophy of the muscles and eventually leads to dementia
denervation means "nerve injury"
( ′dē·nər′vā·shən ′hīp·ər′sen·sə′tiv·ədē ) (neuroscience) Extreme sensitivity
It means that the muscle is no longer getting the signal that it should from the nerve that supplies it. Symptoms that result can be numbness and/or weakness and eventually, atrophy
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