podalgia, pedionalgia, pedioneuralgia
1. Pain in one foot or both feet. Such foot pains may be a result of gout or rheumtism, among other causes.
2. Pain in the sole of a foot or both feet; also, pododynia, tarsalgia.
Neuralgia (acute spasmodic pain) of several nerves simultaneously.
Neuritis (inflammation of a nerve accompanied by pain and sometimes loss of function) involving several nerves simultaneously.
A disease process involving a number of peripheral (away from the center) nerves (literal sense), noted in beriberi and chronic alcoholism, as a result of thiamin deficiency.
prosopalgia, prosopalgic, prosoponeuralgia
Trigeminal neuralgia (cranial nerve).
The study of the relationships that exist among the central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, endocrine system, and immune system.
psychoneurosis (s), psychoneuroses (pl)
Emotional maladaptation due to unresolved unconscious conflicts. This leads to disturbances in thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and behaviors. There is little, if any, loss of contact with reality, but the patient's effectiveness in performing usual responsiveness is handicapped.
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1. A reference to a functional disorder of mental origin.
2. A person suffering from a psychoneurosis.
Disease of the spinal nerve roots and nerves.
A neurosis or functional disease of the nose.
septineuritis (s) (noun)
, septineuritides (pl)
1. A disturbed function of the nerves or nervous system as a result of a blood ailment which may be painful and may cause the shrinking or atrophy of specific muscles: Hanson spent many hours lying quietly in bed because of the septineuritis which affected his lower legs.
2. A generalized, diffuse neuritis of the entire nervous system due to the multiplication and migration of viruses in nervous tissue; for example, that which may occur with rabies: Realizing the dog had bitten her, Martha rushed to the hospital emergency to get a tetanus shot because she was fearful of being infected with septineuritis.
Any treatment with major emphasis on the socioenvironmental and interpersonal factors that affect adjustment; such as, milieu (environment, surroundings) therapy or as is used in a therapeutic community.
A nerve filament which, contacting the base of hair cells in the organ of Corti (the hearing organ of the inner ear and contains receptors which respond to sound waves), then take a spiral course along the basilar membrane before entering the spinal ganglion.
The basilar membrane is a thin layer of tissue which is covered with mesothelial (flattened cells) which separates the cochlea from the scala (canals) tympani in the ear.
The cochlea is that part of the internal ear which is concerned with hearing.
A leading childhood form of cancer that arises in the adrenal gland or in tissue in the nervous system that is related to the adrenal gland.
It is considered to be the most common solid tumor outside the brain in infants and children.
A cross reference of word units that are related, directly or indirectly, to "cell, cells, cell nucleus":
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