neuromotor


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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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