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neuropathological

Definitions

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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or arising from neuropathology, the pathology of nerve tissue

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to a diseased condition of the nervous system or some part of it.

Etymologies

neuropathology +‎ -ical (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • "Lasting neuropathological changes in rat brain after intermittent neonatal administration of thimerosal"

    David Kirby: Government and Many Scientists Agree: Vaccine-Autism Research Should Continue

  • This study found that "numerous neuropathological changes were observed in young adult rats treated postnatally with thimerosal," and that "These findings document neurotoxic effects of thimerosal, at doses equivalent to those used in infant vaccines or higher, in developing rat brain, suggesting likely involvement of this mercurial in neurodevelopmental disorders."

    David Kirby: Government and Many Scientists Agree: Vaccine-Autism Research Should Continue

  • The first examination of HPRT -/- mice was disappointing since neither neuropathological nor behavioural features of human disease could be observed [21, 39].

    The 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine - Advanced Information

  • The identification of this novel phenotype of prion disease reflects the value of a rigorous systematic surveillance program and underlines the importance of neuropathological examination and prion protein PrP typing in prion disease classification.

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  • The assistant failed, but, instead, in 1907, he discovered neuropathological changes characteristic of a form of presenile dementia which now bears his nameAlzheimer.27

    Bedlam

  • CANTU: Well, the final definition clearly is a neuropathological definition, looking at immunohistochemical staining of the brain tissue.

    CNN Transcript Sep 6, 2007

  • A neuropathological investigation of 28 brains from patients with dyskinesia.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • Some of the art work in the exhibition was generated when a group of artists observed a routine neuropathological examination of a brain, which the Tissue Bank at Imperial College

    The Guardian World News

  • Brain slices from previous neuropathological examinations are used in the human section of the display at GV Art.

    The Guardian World News

  • "Establishing a direct link between these clinical conditions will be a difficult challenge given our incomplete understanding of how ethanol damages the developing brain and what neuropathological changes in brain tissue lead to the development of different types of epilepsy."

    Analysis

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