- From Ancient Greek νευρο- (neuro-), from νεῦρον (neuron, "sinew, tendon, cord"). (Wiktionary)
- Greek, sinew, string, from neuron. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Professor Kirby, a former Cardiff GP who has run the centre for children and adults with learning difficulties for the past 15 years, said: Around 10% of the population have specific learning difficulties/differences, also known by some as developmental disorders, neuro- diverse conditions or hidden impairments.”
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