neurectopia

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neurectopia

 [noor″ek-to´pe-ah]
displacement or abnormal situation of a nerve.

neur·ec·to·pi·a

, neurectopy (nūr'ek-tō'pē-ă, -ek'tō-pē),
A condition in which a nerve follows an anomalous course.
[neur- + G. ektopos, fr. ek, out of, + topos, place]

neurectopia

/neu·rec·to·pia/ (noor″ek-to´pe-ah) displacement of or abnormal situation of a nerve.

neu·rec·to·pi·a

, neurectopy (nūr'ek-tō'pē-ă, nūr-ek'tō-pē)
1. Dislocation of a nerve trunk.
2. A condition in which a nerve follows an anomalous course.
[neur- + G. ektopos, fr. ek, out of, + topos, place]

neu·rec·to·pi·a

, neurectopy (nūr'ek-tō'pē-ă, nūr-ek'tō-pē)
Condition in which a nerve follows an anomalous course.
[neur- + G. ektopos, fr. ek, out of, + topos, place]

neurectopia

displacement or abnormal situation of a nerve.