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A laboratory test to evaluate the general health of a patient by looking at several areas or parts of the blood (e.g. electrolytes). The test is performed on serum.
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See caudal occipital malformation syndrome.
A class of persistent, broad-spectrum insecticides that linger in the environment and accumulate in the food chain.
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Relating to nerve cells or fibers that employ choline (acetylcholine) as their neurotransmitter, i.e. the parasympathetic nerve endings.
acetylcholine (Ach) ; nerve ; neurotransmitter ; parasympathetic division
Structure located in each of the four ventricles of the brain that secretes cerebrospinal fluid.
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brain ; cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) ; plexus ; ventricles
A tumor located in the ventricular system of the choroid plexus which can restrict cerebrospinal fluid flow and increase intracranial pressure.
cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) ; choroid plexus ; intracranial pressure ; papilloma ; tumor ; ventricular system
Persisting over a long period of time.
Cortical component of the limbic system located on the medial aspect of the hemisphere dorsal to the corpus callosum. It is involved in emotional and cognitive processing.
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cerebral hemisphere ; corpus callosum ; cortical ; dorsal ; limbic system ; medial
Compulsively walking in a circle; can be a sign of forebrain or vestibular disease.
A cavity or sac serving as a reservoir for fluid such as lymph or cerebrospinal fluid.
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