neuro-, neuron-, neurono-, neur-, neuri-, -neuroma, -neurotic, -neurosis, -neuron, -neural, -neuria

(Greek: nerve, nerve fiber, tendon, sinew, cord; nerve cell, nerve cells)

orchalgia, orchialgia, orchidalgia, orchioneuralgia
Pain in the testis.
orchioneuralgia
Pain in the testis; also, orchialgia.
osseoaponeurotic
osteoneuralgia
Neuralgia or severe pain along a nerve connected to a bone which may be caused by damaged nerves of the bone.
otohemineurasthenia
A condition in which hearing is limited exclusively to one ear, without ane evidence of a material lesion of the auditory apparatus.
otoneuralgia
Earache of neuralgic origin, not caused by inflammation.
otoneurasthenia
A condition in which there is a deficient sensitivity of the auditory apparatus.
otoneurologic
A reference to those portions of the nervous system relating to the ears.
otoneurology
That part of otology dealing especially with portions of the nervous system related to the ear.
Pachyneuridae
pathoneurosis
1. In psychoanalysis, a neurosis that is centered around a morbid preoccupation with a diseased organ.
2. Hysterical symptoms due to a chronic disease process.
perineuritis
Inflammation of the perineurium.
peripheral neuropathy (s) (noun), peripheral neuropathies (pl)
A wide range of disorders in which the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord, peripheral nerves, have been damaged: "Peripheral neuropathy may be referred to as peripheral neuritis, or if many nerves are involved, the terms polyneuropathy or polyneuritis may be used."

"Nerve damage can arise from a number of causes; such as, disease, physical injury, poisoning, or malnutrition."

"Peripheral neuropathy ranges from a reversible problem to a potentially fatal complication. In the best cases, a damaged nerve regenerates. Nerve cells cannot be replaced if they are killed, but they are capable of recovering from damage."

phallaneurysm
physioneurosis
1. Neurosis characterized by hypochondriacal complaints or somatic manifestations held by Freud to be caused by sexual disturbances.
2. A neurosis based on emotional conflict in which an impulse that has been blocked seeks expression in a disguised response or symptom.

A cross reference of word units that are related, directly or indirectly, to "cell, cells, cell nucleus": celli-; cellulo-; cyto-; endothelio-; gameto-; glio-; kary-, karyo-.


Here is a general explanation about Cells and their Compositions.