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Nervous Med Terms

Mr. G. "Nervous System Medical Terms" Chapter 10 Chabner

QuestionAnswer
subdural pertaining to below the dura mater
epidural pertaining to above, upon the dura mater
encephalitis inflammation of the brain
encephalopathy disease condition of the brain
anencephaly condition without a brain
glioblastoma tumor of immature glial cells
leptomeningeal pertaining to thin of slender membranes
meningeal pertaining to membranes, meninges
myelomeningocele hernia of spinal cord membranes
myoneural pertaining to muscle of nerves
myelogram record of spinal cord
neuropathy disease condition of nerve
polyneuritis inflammation of many nerves
cerebellopontine pertaining to cerebellum and pons
radiculopathy disease condition of nerve roots
radiculitis inflammation of nerve roots
thalamic pertaining to the thalamus
intrathecal pertaining to within the sheath (meninges)
vagal pertaining to the vagus nerve
analgesia without excessive sensitivity to pain
hypoalgesia diminished sensation to pain
neuralgia nerve pain
cephalgia head pain (headaches)
causalgia burning pain
anesthesia without feeling
hyperesthesia excessive feeling, nervous sensation
paresthesia abnormal feeling or nervous sensation
bradykinesia slow movement
hyperkinesia excessive movement
dyskinesia difficult movement
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