ceriod (sēˑ·rē·id),

n age pigment, the levels of which have been shown to increase under conditions of oxidative stress in the absence of adequate antioxidants.
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A total of 25 braille students who had been diagnosed with neuronal ceriod lipofuscinoses were excluded from the total group of subjects, since the development of this group of degenerative disorders affects cognitive processes that are vital for progress in mathematics.