neuromotor


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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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--the medical rehabilitation treatment affect the stability of the person with neuromotor disabilities and these are the most important aspect in our research.
Overall, less than 50% of fetuses surviving will have normal neuromotor development.
The cohort was also assessed for cognitive and motor functioning using the Bayley scales of neuromotor development--considered the standard for these types of tests.
People with MS who have visual midline shift with neuromotor dysfunctions can benefit from a neuro-optometric rehabilitation evaluation.
Also, the exercise performed at high intensity maximizes the effects on neuromuscular and neuromotor fitness.
To reach the conclusion, Angulo-Barroso and colleagues followed 15 infants at risk for neuromotor delays for two years and tested their changes in physical activity and treadmill-stepping in their homes.
As expected, substantially more patients in the paclitaxel group experienced severe myalgia, neurosensory and neuromotor symptoms, alopecia, and hypersensitivity reactions.
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The American College of Sports Medicine (2) recommends a program of regular exercise that includes cardiorespiratory, resistance, flexibility, and neuromotor exercise training.
While not wanting to sound like an infomercial for Mayben Assistive Devices (I didn't even take a pen or handful of M & M's from his booth, despite his offering) it's impossible not to want to share Rob's passion for his desktop and what it allows for individuals with orthopedic, neuromotor, sensory, and focus limitations.
Before the development of surfactant and antenatal steroids, studies showed a 25% overall rate of major disability, including neurodevelopmental and neuromotor impairment, and a 10% incidence of cerebral palsy in school-aged children who weighed less than 1,500 g at birth.