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endothelium

The layer of epithelial cells that lines internal body structures such as the heart cavities, blood and lymph vessels, and some glands.

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blood  ;  epithelium

enhancement

An increased ability to see certain tissues after the injection of contrast material in the blood stream during  imaging procedures, e.g. X-ray, CT or MRI. 

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computed tomography (CT) ; magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) ; x-ray


enophthalmos

Posterior displacement of the eyeball into the bony orbit.

 

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posterior

epilepsy

Chronic brain disorder of various etiologies (i.e. causes or origins of the disease) characterized by recurrent unprovoked seizures. 

 
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brain  ;  disease  ;  seizure

epinephrine

A hormone synthesized in the adrenal medulla and released into the bloodstream during fight-or-flight response: stimulates muscle contraction of arteries and capillaries, increases blood pressure, stimulates the heart muscle, accelerates the heart rate, and increases cardiac output; also called adrenaline.

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adrenal gland  ;  norepinephrine

epiphysis cerebri

See pineal gland.

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pineal gland

epithelium

The covering of internal and external surfaces of the body including the lining of vessels and other small cavities.  One of the 4 primary tissues (connective, muscular, and nerve) of the body and grouped into 3 types (squamous, cuboidal and columnar).

 

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nerve

evoked potentials

Procedures which record the brain’s activity in response to the stimulation of specific sensory pathways (e.g. auditory, visual, general sensory). 

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brain ; brainstem auditory-evoked response test (BAER) ; sensory nerve


facial nerve

Cranial nerve VII;  controls most facial movements, secretion of tears and saliva, and involved in the sensation of taste.

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cranial nerves

fasciculation

Spontaneous firing of an axon resulting in a visible twitch of all the muscle fibers it contacts; indicative of denervation.

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axon  ;  denervation  ;  fiber

 



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