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vc nervous system

vc lvn nervous system

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Neuro pertaining to nerves
ventricles cavities that contain spinal fluid
ANS AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM, INVOLUNTARY
SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTE KNOWN AS FIGHT OR FLIGHT SYSTEM
PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM NORMAL FUNCTIONING OF THE BODY
DURA MATER, ARACHNOID, SUBARACHNOID LAYERS OF THE MENINGES
CEREBELLUM ASSOCIATED WITH BALANCE
THALMUS RECEIVES SENSORY STIMULUS
NEURO PERTAINS TO NERVES
CNS-BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, VOLUNTARY
SCLEROSIS HARDENING
MENINGES PROTECTIVE COVERING OF THE BRAIN AND SPINAL CORD
PNS-CRANIAL AND SPINAL NERVES PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
BRADYKINESIA ABNORMALLY SLOW MOVEMENT
TRIPSY CRUSHING
NEURALGIA PAIN RELATED TO NERVES
CEREBRUM LARGEST PORTION OF THE BRAIN, RIGHT AND LEFT HEMISPHERES
LUMBAR PUNCTURE TAKING SAMPLE OF SPINAL FLUID WITH A NEEDLE
MYELOPATHY ANY DISEASE OF THE SPINAL CORD
PATHY DISEASE
CEPHALGIA HEADACHE
PARESIS WEAKNESS, SLIGHT PARALYSIS
ENCEPHALOMA TUMOR OF THE BRAIN
ENCEPHALO PERTAINING TO THE BRAIN
CVA CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT, STROKE
MYELOGRAM RADIOLOGIC EXAM OF THE SPINAL CORD
Quadraplegia TOTAL PARALYSIS
HEMIPLEGIA PARALYSIS OF ONE SIDE OF THE BODY
ISCHEMIA INTERRUPTION OF BLOOD FLOW TO THE BRAIN
TEST TO RECORD THE BRAIN ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY
HEMORRHAGIC CVA IN WHICH A BLOOD VESSEL RUPTURES
APHASIA IMPAIRMENT OF ABILITY TO COMMUNICATE
ATAXIA LACK OF COORDINATION
TIA TRANSIENT ISCHEMIA ATTACK OR MINI STROKE
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