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cephalalgia head pain (headache)
cerebellar pertaining to the cerebellum
cerebellitis cerebellum inflammation
cerebral pertaining to the cerebrum
cerebrospinal pertaining to the cerebrum and spine
electroencephalogram (EEG) record of brain's electricity
encephalitis brain inflammation
meningioma meninges tumor
meningeal pertaining to the meninges
meningitis meninges inflammation
myelogram record of spinal cord
myelitis spinal cord inflammation
neural pertaining to nerves
neuralgia nerve pain
neurectomy removal of nerve
neurologist specialist in nerves
neuroma nerve tumor
neuropathy nerve disease
neuroplasty surgical repair of nerves
polyneuritis inflammation of many nerves
neurorrhaphy suture of nerve
pontine pertaining to the pons
radiculitis nerve root inflammation
radiculopathy nerve root disease
thalamic pertaining to the thalamus
intrathecal pertaining to within the meninges
analgesia absence of pain or sensation
anesthesia lack of sensations
hyperesthesia excessive sensations
monoparesis weakness of one
aphasia lack of speech
dysphasia difficult speech
monoplegia paralysis of one
quadriplegia paralysis of four
ataxia lack of muscle coordination
Created by: AltheaMathews