neuromotor


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relating to a nerve fiber or impulse passing toward motor effectors

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RC21X is a web-based, brain monitoring tool that allows users to track their neurocognitive and neuromotor performance in about 12 minutes.
Neuromotor function was assessed with the Timed Up and Go test, the National Institute of Health Stroke Scale, the Scandinavian Stroke Scale, or the physical component of the 36-item Short Form Health Survey, to name a few.
These epidemiological studies are supported by animal studies in which PBDE exposure delayed the ontogeny of neuromotor function, resulting in hyperactivity in adult mice (Gee and Moser 2008).
Thus, in persons with developmental disabilities with lifelong neuromotor dysfunction and a chronic state of low weight bearing mechanical stress on bones, the body "perceives" that a normal bone mineral density is "not needed", thus a greater proportion of ingested calcium is used for purposes other than bone formation.
Neuromotor speech deficits in children and adults with spina bifida and hydrocephalus.
1) Department of Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; (2) Department of Information Engineering, University of Padua, Padua, Italy; (3) Department of Biomedical and Neuromotor Sciences, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; (4) School of Pharmacy, Biotechnology, and Sport Science, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy; (5) Department of Sciences for the Quality of Life, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Psychiatrists and specialists working in biomedical and neuromotor sciences in Europe and the US describe definitions, staging models, and predictors of treatment-resistant depression; a new approach that includes classification as malignant, pernicious, or virulent; genetics; switching antidepressants; the role of atypical antipsychotics; lithium, thyroid hormones, and further augmentation strategies; nonpharmacological interventions like electroconvulsive therapy, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, deep brain stimulation, and magnetic seizure therapy; and psychotherapy.
2011), development of a virtual history museum (Okolo, Englert, Bouck, & Heutsche, 2006), adapted access that allows remote switch access for operating an iPod (Jones, Grogg, Anschutz, & Fierman, 2008), or a virtual mouse for individuals with neuromotor disorder (Mukherjee, Chakraborty, & Basu, 2008).
Childhood neuromotor abnormalities (Erlenmeyer-Kimling et al.
Three articles have regarded the nerve tension: since the available literature are not univocal in pointing out a correlation between limbs lengthening and nerve tension needs to carefully appraise, on the base of the neuromotor and EMG evolution, when it is necessary to effect a new surgical procedure to correct the length of the limbs.
This test procedure is used by many experts to examine neuromotor skills in children of a school age.
Our patient had retardation in neuromotor development.
Addressing neuromotor readiness for learning; Why physical development in the early years supports educational success.
An extensive review of the evidence for DHA and cognitive development and other neuromotor developments reports a wide range of benefits, including restoration of normal brain concentrations of DHA in deficient animals when supplemented with DHA, DHA supplementation in formula or in lactating women, enhanced neuromotor development, and increased mental performance in DHA supplemented mothers of breast-fed babies.