from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Of or relating to both muscles and nerves, especially to nerve endings in muscle tissue.

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  • adjective neuromuscular; relating to the muscles and nerves


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myo- +‎ neural


  • Parkinson's represents an imbalance between acetylcholine, which plays a vital role in the transmission of nerve impulses between the synapses and myoneural junctions, and dopamine.


  • But as they are effective even after nerve degeneration, it was assumed, with justification at the time, that a non-degenerative myoneural junction was the point of attack.

    Otto Loewi - Nobel Lecture

  • The nerve substances, considered as vago - or sympathico-mimetic substances, would have to act like these, that is to say, they would have to stimulate the myoneural junction and release substances, etc. on their own.

    Otto Loewi - Nobel Lecture

  • This synapse-like connection between nerve and muscle is called the neuromuscular junction (or myoneural junction).

    The Human Brain

  • Differentiation is full because walking the mestinon of diagnosis or myoneural otros of this increase may have dietary kinds in increments in conventional crisis.



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