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ambul/o
to walk
cephal/o
towards the head
concuss/o
shaken together
contus/o
bruise
ech/o
sound
encephal/o
brain
-esthesia
sensation, feeling
klept/o
to steal
mening/o
membranes
myel/o
spinal cord, bone marrow
narc/o
numbness
neur/i, neur/o
nerve
-phobia
abnormal fear
psych/o
mind
somn/o
sleep
-mania
obsessive preoccupation
innervation
to supply with nerves
impulse
an impelling force
epidural space
outside the spinal cord but inside the vertebral canal
coma
deep state often prolonged unconsciouness
delirium
temporary state of mental confusion
lethargy
state of sluggishness
dementia
deterioration of memory, concentration, judgement
ischemic stroke
interruption of flow of blood to brain (most common)
aphasia
partial or total loss of ability to articulate ideas or comprehend spoken or written language (due to damage in the brain caused by injury or disease)
radiculitis
inflammation of the radicle of a nerve
sciatica
pain along the sciatic nerve (usually cause by a herniated disk of the lumbar region)
causalgia
burning sensation along peripheral nerve change appearance of skin
schizophrenia
withdraw from reality (psyotic disorder)
delusion
a mood disorder characterized by mild depression
ganglion
group of nerve cells forming a nerve center
autism
sever defects in social interaction and communication