Pain of a severe, throbbing, or stabbing character in the course or distribution of one or more nerves (especially of the head or face); also, neurodynia.
A disorder originally thought to result from neural exhaustion, including such symptoms as chronic fatigue, weakness, and irritability.
1. The removal of part or all of a nerve.
2. The removal of part of a nerve using surgery; for example, as a treatment for neuralgia.
In the peripheral nervous system, the cytoplasm and nuclei of Schwann cells wrapped around the myelin sheath or the unmyelinated processes of nerve fibers. This contributes to regeneration of damaged nerve fibers by producing growth factors and serving as a tunnel or guide for regrowth.
A reference to the thin membrane spirally enwrapping the myelin layers of certain fibers, especially of peripheral nerves, or the axons of certain unmyelinated nerve fibers.
Inflammation of a neurilemma.
neurilemmoma, neurilemoma, neurinoma
A firm, encapsulated fibrillar tumor of a peripheral nerve.
A malignant neurilemona or a firm, encapsulated fibrillar tumor of a peripheral nerve or the fine rapid contractions or twitchings of fibers or of small groups of fibers in skeletal or cardiac muscle.
Of or relating to the nerves.
neuroaesthetics, neuro-aesthetics, neuroesthetics, neuro-esthetics
A sub-discipline of empirical aesthetics which takes a scientific approach to the study of aesthetic perceptions of art and music.
Neuroesthetics is defined as the scientific study of the neural bases for the contemplation and creation of a work of art and uses the techniques of neuroscience in order to explain and understand the aesthetic experiences at the neurological level.
The topic attracts scholars from many disciplines including neuroscientists, art historians, artists, and psychologists.
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.