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specialsense test2

special sense test review 2

intrathecal within the meninges of brain and spinal cord
oma tumor
parathesias abnormal sensation
esthesia sensation
gram record
myleogram picture of the nerve
embolis blood clot in motion
pyo pus
genic orgin of
pyogenic orginating from a bacterial infection
dura mater thick, outermost layer of the meninges surrounding and protection the brain and spinal cord
glia cell supportive and connective nerve cell that does not carry nervous impulses
hypothalamus portion of the brain beneath the thalamus; contols sleep, appetite, body temp, secretions of pitutary gland
medulla oblongata part of the brain just above the spinal cord; controls breathing, heart rate, and size of blood vessels; nerve fibers cross here
synapse space through which nervous impulses travel between nerve cells or between nerve and muscle or glandular cells.
encephal/o brain
subdural hematoma tearing of veins between the dura and arachnoid membranes
epidural hematoma between the skull and dura as result of ruptured meningeal artery
intracerebral hematoma bleeding directly into brain tissue
gli/o glia cells
mening/o- meningi/o membrans or meninges
my/o muscle
myel/o nerve
neuro nerve
epilepsy chronic brain disorder; recurrent seizure disorder
palsy paralysis; partial or complete loss of motor function
tourette syndrome involuntary, spasmodic, twitching movements or vocal sounds
herpes zoster (shingles) viral infection affecting peripheral nerves
spina bifida congenital defect in lumbar spinal column caused imperfect union of vertebral parts
meningitis inflammation of meninges
cva (cerebrovascular accident) stroke
Created by: a1h12