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dropped jaw

See trigeminal neuritis.

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trigeminal neuritis

dura mater

The outermost, toughest and most fibrous of the three membranes of the meninges which covers the brain and spinal cord.

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brain ; fiber ; meninges ; spinal cord


dural venous sinuses

Venous channels found between layers of dura mater in the brain.  They receive blood (from internal and external veins of the brain) and cerebrospinal fluid (from the subarachnoid space via the arachnoid villa) which ultimately empty into the internal jugular vein; also called dural sinuses, cerebral sinuses, and cranial sinuses.

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arachnoid villi ; blood ; brain ; cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) ; dura mater ; subarachnoid space


dysautonomia

Disease of the autonomic nervous system.

 
 
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autonomic system  ;  disease

dysosmia

Decreased or abnormal sense of smell.

 


dysphagia

Difficulty in prehension (getting food into the mouth), chewing and swallowing.

 


ear

Part of the auditory and vestibular systems, it detects sound and helps to maintain balance.  It is composed of three main parts:  the outer ear (pinna, ear canal, surface of ear drum), middle ear, and inner ear (cochlea, vestibule, and semicircular canals).

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cochlea ; inner ear ; middle ear ; semicircular canals ; vestibular system


ectoderm

The outermost of the three primary germ layers of the embryo which ultimately develops into the nervous system (neuroectoderm).

 

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nervous system

edema

The presence of extra amounts of fluid in the intercellular tissue space; swelling.  It may be localized due to venous or lymphatic obstruction or increased vascular permeability or it could be systemic due to heart failure or kidney disease.

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disease  ;  kidney

efferent

Pathway originating from the central nervous system toward the peripheral end organs, i.e., away from one structure, toward another.

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central nervous system (CNS) ; motor nerve ; peripheral nervous system (PNS) 



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