neuroskeleton

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neuroskeleton

[-skel′ətən]
Etymology: Gk, neuron, nerve, skeletos, dried up
the parts of the skeleton that surround or otherwise protect the nervous system, particularly the skull and vertebrae.

neuroskeleton

(nū″rō-skĕl′ĕ-tŏn) [Gr. neuron, nerve, + skeleton, a dried-up body]
That portion of the skeleton that surrounds and protects the nervous system (i.e., the cranium and spinal column).
neuroskeletal (-tăl), adjective
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