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An incomplete or partial luxation; partial dislocation.
Part of the diencephalon between the midbrain and thalamus. It plays an important role in coordinating movements.
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Groove in the cerebral cortex separating two gyri.
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Fibrous joint between bones of the skull which allows very little movement.
See cerebral aqueduct.
Part of the autonomic system that tends to stimulate bodily activities, particularly those involved with coping with stressful situations (fight, fear or flight); preganglionic fibers arise from the lateral horns of the spinal segments T1-L2.
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autonomic system ; fiber ; lateral ; preganglionic ; spinal cord ; spine
Any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease; it is subjective evidence, as opposed to objective indicators (signs) that a doctor finds upon examination.
The junction between neurons and their target cells at which an impulse is transmitted by either electrical or chemical means; the two cells are separated by a small gap called the synaptic cleft.
Temporary loss of consciousness (fainting) that results from inadequate blood supply to the brain.
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