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neurosensory

(no͝or′ō-sĕn′sə-rē, nyo͝or′-)
adj.
Of or relating to the sensory activity or functions of the nervous system: neurosensory cells.

neurosensory

(nū″rō-sĕn′sō-rē) [″ + L. sensorius, pert. to a sensation]
Concerning a sensory nerve.
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It should be not that many had neurosensory bilateral hearing losses in the frequencies that are commonly related to hearing losses induced by noise (known as PAIR) (14,33).
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Signs and symptoms of ischemic steal syndrome are initially subtle and include extremity coolness, neurosensory changes, intrinsic muscle weakness, ulceration, and ultimately, gangrene of the affected extremity.
Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment was defined as separation of the retina from the retinal pigment epithelium due to break in neurosensory retina diagnosed on indirect ophthalmoscpic examination.
45m grant from the Defense Medical Research and Development Programme (DMRDP), an agency of the US Department of Defense (DoD) in support by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs, the Clinical and Rehabilitative Medicine Research Programme, Neurosensory and Rehabilitation Research Award.
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Although it is not well understood, fibromyalgia is identified as a neurosensory disorder characterized by disturbances in the way the central nervous system interprets and evaluates stimuli.
The results of mandibular block grafts documented in the literature is favorable and encouraging despite certain limitations and patients' postoperative temporary neurosensory and functional limited disturbances.
However, signs and symptoms are present in only 10% of cases, with up to 90% of these symptomatic congenital CMV-infected neonates developing neurosensory and/or neuromotor impairment.