Some articles on nerve, disorders, nerve disorders, disorder:
1.0 0.6 Formation of bones and teeth Blood coagulation Nerve impulse transmission Muscle contraction Cell signaling Deficiency Nutritional secondary hyperparathyroidism loss of bone mineral content, which can ...
... that those early chiropractors were treating were only psychophysiologic disorders ... validity of spinal manipulation to address visceral disorders systems remains a source of controversy within the chiropractic profession ... the usefulness of spinal manipulation for organic disorders remains to be seen ...
... G50) Disorders of trigeminal nerve (V) (G50.0) Trigeminal neuralgia (G51) Facial nerve disorders (VII) (G51.0) Bell's palsy Facial palsy (G51.1) Geniculate ganglionitis (G51.2) Melkersson's syndrome ...
... pupil William John Adie neurology ciliary nerve damage dilated pupil, poorly reactive but with normal near accommodation A Adson's sign Alfred Washington ... Alfred Bielschowsky neurology, ophthalmology lesions of cranial nerve IV test for palsy of superior oblique muscle B Bing's sign Paul Robert Bing neurology pyramidal tract lesions extension ... Charcot, Ernst Viktor von Leyden pathology any disorder characterized by eosinophil proliferation, e.g ...
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