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neuromotor

[noo͡r′ōmō′tər]
Etymology: Gk, neuron, nerve; L, mover, to move
pertaining to both the nerves and muscles or to nerve impulses transmitted to muscles.

neuromotor

(noor″ŏ-mōt′ŏr, nūr″) [ neuro- + motor]
1. Pert. to nerves and muscles.
2. Pert. to nerve impulses to muscles.
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This paper proposed an approach to the understanding of neuromotor language of the user by identifying the user's intention from the perception of both internal and external manifestations of the FAP through proprioception and exteroception of the prosthesis.
And the last but not the least, we need a new tool to assess neuromotor development, developed by educated experts such as child physiatrists, so as not to overlook the smallest deviations from normal neuromotor development.
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However, Gee and Moser (2008) observed that mice exposed to PBDE 47 on postnatal day (PND) 10 displayed a delayed ontogeny of neuromotor functional end points as well as adult hyperactivity.
The core concept of these strategies is to augment NMT through the selection of key biomechanical, physiological, or neuromotor variables for training through the automation of the quantitative measurement of those variables using a variety of technological modalities.
The causes of low BMD in adults with developmental disabilities include: 1) failure to obtain a normal peak bone mineral density during young adulthood, 2) lack of adequate regular weightbearing exercise, 3) immobility secondary to neuromotor dysfunction, 4) the adverse effects of various drugs (e.
Quantitative assessment of neuromotor function in adolescents with high functioning autism and Asperger Syndrome.
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