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Structure in the inner ear that converts sound pressure impulses into electrical impulses which are passed on to the brain via the auditory part of the vestibulocochlear nerve.
brain ; ear ; inner ear ; vestibulocochlear nerve
State of unresponsiveness to both environment and noxious stimuli.
A laboratory test to check the number of blood cells (erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes) in a sample of whole blood.
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A partial seizure that primarily manifests as inappropriate, uncontrolled behavior. Some examples are fly biting, screaming, tail chasing and abnormal aggression (rage). These seizures possibly involve the limbic system and may also be called psychomotor seizures.
limbic system ; partial seizure ; psychomotor seizure ; seizure
Repetitive behavior (e.g. animal chasing its tail) often due to neurological disease of the forebrain or a behavioral disorder such as obsessive compulsive disorder.
Traumatic closed head injury that results in temporary impairment of neurological function, e.g., transient loss of consciousness.
Referring to conditions that are present at birth, regardless of their causation.
Inability to move a joint due to a permanent rigidity or contraction of a muscle.
Repeated muscle contraction and relaxation resulting in the body shaking rapidly and uncontrollaby.
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