cerebro-, cerebr-, cereb-, cerebri-

(Latin: brain; that part of the brain that is concerned with the coordination of body movements)

A reference to the cerebrum (main portion of the brain) and the eye.
cerebropathy (s) (noun) (no pl)
1. Any disease of the brain: Cerebropathy is a noninflammatory brain infection.
2. A hypochondriacal condition of the brain: Cerebropathy is noted to approach insanity, which sometimes supervenes in persons whose brains have been overtaxed.
cerebropsychosis (s) (noun), cerebropsychoses (pl)
Mental illness caused by an organic disease of the brain.
A tool used for the examination of the brain for the diagnosis of disease; especially, the act or process of determining the condition of the brain by examination of the interior of the eye (as with an ophthalmoscope).
cerebrospinal (adjective) (not comparable)
Regarding the central nervous system involving the spinal cord and the brain: The symptoms of cerebrospinal fever consist of extreme headaches, a sensitivity of the neck and back, and an immobility of the ocular muscles.
cerebrotonic (adjective), more cerebrotonic, most cerebrotonic
Designating or characteristic of a type of personality which is introverted, intellectual, or emotionally restrained.
Of or relating to the blood vessels that supply the brain.
cerebrum (s), cerebra (pl)
The large rounded structure of the brain occupying most of the cranial cavity, divided into two cerebral hemispheres that are joined at the bottom by the corpus callosum. It controls and integrates motor, sensory, and higher mental functions, such as thought, reason, emotion, and memory.
Relating to the skull and the brain.
extracerebral (adjective) (no comparisons)
Pertaining to that which is taking place beyond or outside the brain but within the cranial cavity: When Joan went to her physician about her head injury, he told her that it was extracerebral, and so it should not cause any harm to her mental skills or her ability think.