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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.
See idiopathic polyradiculoneuritis.
Loss of corneal integrity; often the result of poor corneal sensation, corneal dryness, or inability to protect the eye through blinking.
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As related to a plane of view, see dorsal.
An arched mass of white matter in the depths of the longitudinal fissure of the brain, and made up of transverse fibers connecting the cerebral hemispheres.
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brain ; cerebral hemisphere ; fiber ; longitudinal fissure ; white matter
Referring to the cerebral cortex, the outermost layer of the cerebrum.
Pertaining to the cranium, or to the skull.
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