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  1. neuroma
  2. cerebr/o
  3. disorientation
  4. intracerebral
  5. radiculopathy
  1. a disease of the nerve roots
  2. b tumor made up of nerve (cells)
  3. c cerebrum, brain
  4. d pertaining to within the cerebrum
  5. e a state of mental confusion as to time, place, or identity

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. specialist, physician
  2. instrument used to record the electrical impulses of the brain
  3. a mood disturbance characterized by feelings of sadness, despair, discouragement, hopelessness, lack of joy, altered sleep patterns, and difficulty with decision making and daily function. Depression ranges from normal feelings of sadness (resulting from and proportional to personal loss or tragedy), through dysthymia (chronic depressive neurosis), to major depression (also referred to as clinical depression, mood disorder).
  4. peripheral nervous system
  5. disorders characterized by physical symptoms for which no known physical cause exists

5 True/False questions

  1. panic attackan episode of sudden onset of acute anxiety, occurring unpredictably, with feelings of acute apprehension, dyspnea, dizziness, sweating, and/or chest pain, depersonalization, paresthesia and fear of dying, loss of mind or control


  2. phas/ospeech


  3. neur/oa nerve cell that conducts nerve impulses to carry out the function of the nervous system. Destroyed neurons cannot be replaced.


  4. cerebrumlargest portion of the brain, divided into left and right hemispheres. The cerebrum controls the skeletal muscles, interprets general senses (such as temperature, pain, and touch), and contains centers for sight and hearing. Intellect, memory, and emotional reactions also take place in the cerebrum.


  5. glioblastomasurgical repair of a nerve


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