neurotrauma

neurotrauma

 [noor″o-traw´mah]
mechanical injury to nerve.

neu·ro·trau·ma

(nū'rō-traw'mă),
1. Trauma of the nervous system.
2. Trauma or wounding of a nerve. Synonym(s): neurotrosis
[neuro- + G. trauma, injury]

neurotrauma

/neu·ro·trau·ma/ (-traw´mah) mechanical injury to a nerve.

neurotrauma

Neurology Any trauma which impacts on the brain and spinal cord

neurotrauma

mechanical injury to a nerve.
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