An applied field that uses neuroimaging tools for market investigations.
A term referring to the hysterical or neurotic simulation of disease.
An integration of systems containing electronic analog circuits that mimic neuro-biological architectures present in the nervous system.
neuromyopathy (s) (noun)
, neuromyopathies (pl)
A disorder of a muscle resulting from a disorder of its nerve supply; myoneuropathy: Neuromyopathy may occur as a simultaneous disorder of nerves and muscles or from accumulated toxicity.
neuronopathy (s) (noun)
, neuronopathies (pl)
A disorder, often toxic, of the neurons: Neuronopathy is a type of polyneuropathy that concerns a number of peripheral nerves that have been damaged.
neuronophagous, neuronophage, neuronophagy
Phagocytosis of nerve cells.
The process by which a cell engulfs particles; such as, bacteria, other microorganisms, aged red blood cells, foreign matter, etc.
The principal phagocytes (cells that can engage in phagocytosis) include the neutrophils and monocytes; both of which refer to types of white blood cells.
Nomenclature of nerves.
Pertaining to an organic or functional disorder of the nervous system: Mrs. Jackson knew that a neuropathic
condition of her fingertips, toes, or even of the retinas could arise because she had diabetes for a long time.
The terms "neurotic" and "psychogenic" are usually preferred by many psychologists instead of neuropathic for functional disorders.
A cross reference of word units that are related, directly or indirectly, to "cell, cells, cell nucleus":
Here is a general explanation about Cells and their Compositions.