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nervous ch15

disease and disorder

QuestionAnswer
tumor composed of glial tissue glioma
disease characterized by early senility alzheimer disease (AD)
Lou Gehrig disease progressive muscle atrophy caused by hardening of nerve tissue amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
paralysis of muscles on one sided of the face bell palsy
aneurysm in the cerebrum cerebral aneurysm
an embolus usually a blood clot cerebral embolism
condition characterized by lack of muscle control and partial paralysis cerebral palsy (CP)
cognitive impairment by loss of intellectual dementia
disorder in which the main symptom is recurring epilepsy
increased amount of cerebrospinal fluid hydrocephalus
bleeding into the brain as a result of a ruptured blood vessel intracerebral hemorrhage
degenerative disease by sclerotic patches multiple sclerosis (MS)
chronic degenerative disease of the central nervous system Parakinson disease (PD)
sudden deficient supply of blood to the brain transient ischemic attack (TIA)
radiographic imaging of blood vessels cerebral angiography
record of the electrical impulses of the brain electroencephalogram
instrument used to record the electrical impulses of brain electroencephalograph
process of recording the electrical impulses electroencephalography
Created by: Gadley