neuropath


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neuropath

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

neuropath

a physician who specializes in diseases or disorders of the nerves. Also neuropathist.
See also: Medical Specialties
Translations

neuropath

[ˈnjʊərəpæθ] Nneurópata mf

neuropath

nNervenkranke(r) mf

neuropath

[ˈnjʊərəʊˌpæθ] nneuropatico/a
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79) Author, Neuropath,(New York, NY: Tor, 2009), explores this disjunction in narrative form.
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According to Dr Bruce Fife, a neuropath and author, coconuts' fatty acids are powerful antibiotics and have antiviral properties too.
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.
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.
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Such an emotionally wrenching and traumatic experience might just as accurately be described as "soul-murder," to use the phrase that the jurist Daniel Paul Schreber would describe only a few years later in his Memoirs of a Neuropath (Denkwurdigkeiten eines Nervenkranken [1903]).
Reynolds (1974), "Nature and Extent of Brain Lesions in Mice Related to Ingestion of Monosodium Glutamate," J Neuropath Exp Neuro, 33:74-97.