from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Originating in the nerves or nervous tissue: a neurogenic tumor.
- adj. Caused or affected by the nerves or nervous system: neurogenic disorders.
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- adj. Originating in, or caused by, the nervous system
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Originating in the nerves or in nervous substance.
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- adj. arising in or stimulated by nerve tissues
It can be from the water itself, so she goes into the water alive but unconscious, subsequently drowns, but you can also get a lot of fluid accumulation from a death, from head trauma, called neurogenic shock.
Urinary incontinence in patients with MS or SCI is frequently caused by a condition called neurogenic detrusor overactivity NDO, which results in involuntary contractions of the bladder during the filling stage when the bladder should be relaxed.
Roberts has multiple sclerosis, court records say, along with a condition called neurogenic bladder syndrome, which she developed as a consequence of the multiple sclerosis.
Understanding the compensatory mechanisms following genetic deletion of SERCA-2 will provide valuable clues to improving bladder function in the face of an ongoing hypertrophic stimulus as seen in patients with neurogenic bladder of the fetus with a posterior urethral valve.
She had attached another neurogenic patch to the back of his hand and the Romulan doctor had allowed her to give him a much belated cellular regenerator treatment.
That vasodilation is caused by neurogenic NO exceeding the threshold for sGC, generating cGMP and causing vasodilation.
"That vasodilation is caused by neurogenic NO exceeding the threshold for sGC, generating cGMP and causing vasodilation."
He felt it was neurogenic, started her on Lyrica and referred her to a neurologist.
Coenzyme Q10 was shown in two successful, small double-blind trials, both by Folkers in 1995, to improve physical performance in patients with a variety of muscular dystrophies and neurogenic atrophies.
Two successful double-blind trials with coenzyme Q10 on muscular dystrophies and neurogenic atrophies.