neurological

[ noo-rol-uh-jee, nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF neurological
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Neurological experts will recall similar experiences in the modern time.

Neurological symptoms were indefinite; enlargement of the left pupil, difficult gait and exaggerated tendon reflexes.

In my neurological practice I emphatically forbid my patients the use of alcohol.

Hence, Hall's discovery must always stand as one of the great mile-stones of the advance of neurological science.

It is the largest society of neurological surgeons in the world.

December, 1909:—Neurological Examination—Hemiplegia almost entirely disappeared, but numerous physical stigmata still persist.

No finding of neurological impairment or psychotic mental changes could be made.

A lot's been learned since Freud, both from the psychiatric and the neurological angle.

No neurological disturbances were noted except that he complained of headaches.

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