from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A prosthesis used to improve the function of an impaired nervous system
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Anil, are you suggesting that "neuroprosthesis" is responsible from now on for anything YOU post or write, simply because google will find an inbound link to that site from your Weblog?
Her real name is probably Gyongyi Gaal, and she's gone off on some weird anti-weblog rants before, though she appears to be a legitimate neuroprosthesis researcher, in addition to her weird fixation on these authors.
It's because the alleged author, George Brody, is probably the same insane person who's posted as "neu" or "neuroprosthesis" at other sites and created the Neuroprosthesis weblog.
Gah, don't even get me started on those neuroprosthesis people.
Deaf or profoundly hearing-impaired individuals carry cochlear implants that stimulate the auditory nerve with sounds picked up by a microphone-a device that neuroscientist Michael S. Gazzaniga of the University of California, Santa Barbara, has characterized as the first successful neuroprosthesis in humans.
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