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The Nervous System

QuestionAnswer
Of the blood supply in the brain cebrovascular
Early neural cell neuroblast
Repair of the skull cranioplasty
hardening of the brain cerebrosclerosis
inflammation of the meninges, brain, and spinal cord encephalomyelitis
inflammation of the cerebellum cerebellitis
Of the thalamus and cerebral cortex thalamocortical
Nerve pain neuralgia
dissolving of a ganglion gangliolysis
inflammation of the brain and spinal cord meningomyelitis
opening in a ventricle ventriculostomy
of the cerebrum and spinal cord cerebrospinal
attracted to the vagus nerve vagotropic
study of drugs that affect nerves neuro pharmacology
instrument for measuring the skull craniometer
mimicking the vagus nerve vagomimetic
hemorrhage from the meninges meningorrhagia
incision into the cerebrum cerebrotomy
nervous system surgery neuro surgery
shaped like a ganglion gangli form
Created by: tammyring