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Elliott Nervous Term

Elliott Nervous Terms

QuestionAnswer
cerebell/o cerebellum(part of brain,located at base of skull)
cerebellitis inflammation of the cerebellum
cerebr/o cerebrum(anterior(front) of the forebrain)
cerebralgia pain in the head/forebrain
algia pain
cervic/o/a neck
cervical pertaining to the neck
al pertaining to
crani/o cranium(skull)
craniofacial pertaining to the face and skull
mening/o/io 3 layers of protective tissue that cover the brain and spinal chord
meningitis inflammation of the 3 layers of protective tissue that cover the brain and spinal chord
myelo spinal chord(the major column of nerve tissue that is connected to the brain-it's in your back?
myelomalacia abnormal softening of the spinal chord
malacia abnormal softening
neuri/i/o nerve
neuritis inflammation of a nerve
vertebr/o vertebra(one of 33 bony segments that form the spinal column)
vertebral pertaining to one or more of the bony segments of the spinal column)
spin/o the column of bone known as the vertebral column which surrounds and protects the spinal column
spinoneural pertaining to the column which surrounds and protects the spinal column and the nerves that extend from it
inflammation the key way the body acts to infection or injury-the key features being redness,warmth,swelling,and pain
Elliott helpful hint Please make sure you can spell the words
Created by: wgelliott