neuromotor


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neu•ro•mo•tor

(ˌnʊər oʊˈmoʊ tər, ˌnyʊər-)

adj.
2. of or pertaining to the effects of nerve impulses on muscles.
[1910–15]
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Adj.1.neuromotor - relating to a nerve fiber or impulse passing toward motor effectors; "neuromotor impulses"
efferent, motorial - of nerves and nerve impulses; conveying information away from the CNS; "efferent nerves and impulses"
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He had had a neuromotor sequela caused by a car accident happened 8 months ventriculoperitoneal shunt had been implanted because of hydrocephaly, subsequently he had experienced recurrent menengitis for 3 times, so that ventriculoperitoneal shunt had been removed a month before, acinetobacter was detected in his last cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) culture, susceptible to ceftazidime and he had been discharged after 14 days of treatment.
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In an investigation of neuromotor outcomes, researchers compared 212 mother-infant pairs with in utero exposure to antipsychotics (n = 22) or antidepressants (n = 202) to pairs receiving no psychotropics (n = 85).
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Alem disso, o controle neuromotor do joelho envolve a atividade coordenada dos musculos, principalmente do quadriceps da coxa, fornecendo estabilidade ativa para essa articulacao, sendo a integridade proprioceptiva do joelho essencial para o controle neuromotor (Perry, 1992; Monteiro e colaboradores, 1999; Stillman, 2000).
Our studies are made with people, with neuromotor disabilities, in different conditions and we used an experimental configuration with a Kistler force plate, high-speed video-cam and some medical apparatus to establish and record pre- and post-medical treatment of this person.
1988), and cohort studies found differences in neuromotor function and childhood behavior between patients who developed schizophrenia and the general population.
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