neuropath


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neuropath

(ˈnjʊərəʊˌpæθ)
n
(Medicine) a person suffering from or predisposed to a disorder of the nervous system
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neuropath

a physician who specializes in diseases or disorders of the nerves. Also neuropathist.
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Translations

neuropath

[ˈnjʊərəpæθ] Nneurópata mf
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neuropath

nNervenkranke(r) mf
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neuropath

[ˈnjʊərəʊˌpæθ] nneuropatico/a
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References in periodicals archive ?
(79) Author, Neuropath,(New York, NY: Tor, 2009), explores this disjunction in narrative form.
Developmental Neuropathology," ISN Neuropath Press, 386 pages, 2004.
According to Dr Bruce Fife, a neuropath and author, coconuts' fatty acids are powerful antibiotics and have antiviral properties too.
EAT Yourself Young by Elizabeth Peyton-Jones (Quadrille), PS12.99, EPJ Health (www.epjhealth.com) Dietician, herbalist and neuropath Elizabeth Peyton-Jones has a string of A-list clients, and reveals some of her top tips and secrets in this colourful and easy-to- follow guide.
Once neuropath ways of the brainstem involving the cranial nerves are facilitated, the other pathways driven by the motor cortex appear to be recruited.
Optic Disc Evaluations by optical coherence tomography in nonarteritic anterior isquemic optic neuropath. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 2007; 48: 4087-92.
We searched the Cochrane Neuromuscular Disease Group Trials Register (November 2007) using the following terms: leprosy or Hansen disease and decompression or neurolysis or epicondylectomy or epineurotomy or neuritis or nerve damage or nerve loss or nerve function impairment or neuropath * or nerve problem or nerve involvement or nerve pain.
Gabapentin, pregabalin, and ziconotide block voltage-sensitive calcium channels Drug History Target Indication* Gabapentin (1) Approved in 1993 [[alpha].sub.2][delta] Postherpetic as an adjunctive subunit of VSCCs neuralgia for seizures; approved for pain in 2002 Pregabalin (2,3) Follow-up [[alpha].sub.2][delta] Postherpetic compound to subunit of VSCCs neuralgia gabapentin; and diabetic approved for peripheral pain in December neuropath 2004 Ziconotide (4) Synthetic [[alpha].sub.1B] Severe version of a subunit of N-type chronic pain venom from a VSCCs in patients marine snail intolerant ([omega]- of or conotoxin refractory MVIIA); to other approved treatments December 2004 *FDA-approved indications; VSCC, voltage-sensitive calcium channel.