neurosensory


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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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Randy Wickett of the University of Cincinnati explained how those with genotype AA/GA appear to be more prone to intense neurosensory response, more prone to develop irritant contact dermatitis as a result of repeated hand hygiene and less responsive to lotion treatment.
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Moreover, since EPO and EPOR are expressed all over the neurosensory retina, they suggested that the EPO/EPOR system may be protective in ischemic retinopathies like acute glaucoma, DR, hypertensive vascular disease, and ROP.