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- adj. Dealing with the study of the brain; neurology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to neurology.
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- adj. of or relating to or used in or practicing neurology
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It can also cause just what we call neurological symptoms, nervousness, restlessness, increased salvation, things like that.
In January, Erica Finkelstein-Parker lost her daughter, Emmalee, 8, to long-term neurological complications of measles.
All athletes are military veterans who use wheelchairs due to spinal cord injuries, certain neurological conditions, orthopedic amputations or other disabilities.
(Break) GROSS: Is your expertise in neurological sensory disorders at all helpful to you in the sense that you can understand in the way that most people can't what's going on when you have a hallucination or a visual distortion?
Is your expertise in neurological sensory disorders at all helpful to you in the sense that you can understand in the way that most people can't what's going on when you have a hallucination or a visual distortion?
From 1932 – 51 he was honorary part-time lecturer in neurological pathology at the university and in 1937 Stewart lecturer.
Chest muscles are also strained, breathing impeded, and long-term neurological damage is common.
Oil also poses long-term neurological and reproduction risks.
Evan's symptoms -- heavy seizures, followed by marked improvement once the seizures were brought under control -- are similar to those of Landau-Kleffner syndrome, a rare childhood neurological disorder that can also result in speech impairment and possible long-term neurological damage.
Girls have a built-in neurological advantage over boys when it comes to language skills, according to new research from Northwestern University and the University of Haifa.