neurovegetative

neu·ro·vis·cer·al

(nū'rō-vis'ĕr-ăl),
Referring to the innervation of the internal organs by the autonomic (visceral motor) nervous system.
[neuro- + L. viscera, the internal organs]

neurovegetative

(nū″rō-vĕj′ĕ-tā″tĭv)
Concerning the autonomic nervous system.
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The depressive disorders comprise a heterogeneous group of illnesses that are characterized by differing degrees of sad mood and associated cognitive, neurovegetative, and psychomotor alterations.
Cawte described vital depression as a loss of vitality, neurovegetative symptoms such as decreased sleep, appetite, and sex drive, as well as a decrease in motivation, all of which could be misinterpreted in a diagnosis of BPD.
For Assaf, depression is a complex syndrome with symptoms that affect not only emotions, but also cognition, neurovegetative functions including appetite, sleep and energy levels, and socio-professional functioning.
The essential feature of a major depressive episode is a period of at least 2 weeks of depressed mood with abnormalities of neurovegetative functions (e.
On the other hand, Kupperman index weighs stronger the predominant vasomotor and neurovegetative symptoms.
Efficacy on menopausal neurovegetative symptoms and some plasma lipids blood levels of an herbal product containing isoflavones and other plant extracts.
In the sample, multiple postictal psychiatric and postictal cognitive symptoms were identified, including hypomania, anxiety, depression, postictal psychotic symptoms, neurovegetative symptoms, and fatigue.
He described the leader's condition as "very close to a neurovegetative state".
Another research reported a 27 years-old pilot with neurovegetative dystonia who entered cardiac asystole for 35 seconds.
A large scale prospective controlled open label observational study of 6141 women in Germany investigated the effectiveness and safety of Cimicifuga alone for neurovegetative symptoms, and in fixed combination with Hypericum for more pronounced mood complaints (Briese 2007a).
The REAC-CRM probe was applied to seven specific points of the auricular pavilion, the same points that are also used in auricular therapy to treat neurovegetative symptoms and diseases (Shenmen, kidney, stomach, heart, occiput, ipotalamus, prefrontal cortex).
Ten behavioural components (delusions, hallucinations, agitation/aggression, depression/dysphoria, anxiety, euphoria, apathy, disinhibition, irritability/lability and aberrant motor behaviour) and two neurovegetative (night-time behaviours, appetite and eating change) components are included in the NPI.