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Week7 A&P

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Destruction of myelin sheaths and their replacement by plaques of hard tissue lead to this condition Multiple Sclerosis
Sudden, transient disturbances of brain function cause seizures in this abnormal condition Epilepsy
The spinal column is imperfectly joined and part of the meninges and spinal coed can herniate out of the spinal cavity in this congenital condition Spina bifida cystica
This condition involves atrophy of muscles and paralysis because of damage to motor neurons in the spinal cord and brain stem Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
In this hereditary condition, the patient displays bizarre, abrupt , involuntary dance-like movements as well as decline in mental functions Huntington's Chorea
This nueromuscular disorder is marked by loss of muscle strength due to the inability of a neurotransmitter to transmit impulses from nerve cells to muscle cells Myasthenia Gravis
Cerebrospinal fluid accumulates in the head due to this condition Hydrocephalus
Degeneration of nerves in the brain occur later in life, leading to tremors, shuffling gate and muscle stiffness, dopamine is deficient in the brain Parkinson's disease
This condition begins in middle age and is marked by deterioration of mental capacity (dementia) Alzheimer's
Unilateral facial paralysis characterizes this condition Bell's palsy
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