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Synonyms for map

Synonyms for map

the front surface of the head

to show graphically the direction or location of, as by using coordinates

to work out and arrange the parts or details of

Synonyms for map

a diagrammatic representation of the earth's surface (or part of it)

make a map of

explore or survey for the purpose of making a map

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locate within a specific region of a chromosome in relation to known DNA or gene sequences

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plan, delineate, or arrange in detail

depict as if on a map

to establish a mapping (of mathematical elements or sets)

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Based on these neuroplastic changes, physiotherapy has focused on strategies to help normalise these altered cortical representations of body maps. One approach is graded motor imagery (GMI) (Bowering et al 2013, Daly and Bialocerkowski 2009, Moseley 2004b, Moseley 2006).
These two disorders are closely related to the phenomenon of phantom limbs insofar as they indicate the presence of a conflict between, on the one hand, the body map held in the patient's brain and, on the other, proprioceptive and visual feedback from that particular limb.
These inscribed behaviours form part of our body maps. The body map allows for these learnt behaviours to be acknowledged and remedied.
body map may develop a blank spot that can affect your movements and
Apart from the odd chart and body map on the wall, a desk, couch, computer and a few chairs, the only items of equipment Smith appears to have are a medium-sized hardback textbook and a briefcase full of phials of homeopathic drugs.
Body Map is a module that shows the typical distribution of common dermatologic diseases.
Information is presented in a visual body map, a scrolling feed, and enriched with plain-English explanations and cost saving tips.
Body Mapping is the conscious correcting and refining of your body map to produce naturally efficient and coordinated movement.
Opeifa was also found to have filled in an accident form and "body map" without actually inspecting the woman's injuries, changing the paperwork two days later.
As a pianist and teacher, I particularly enjoyed the chapters on The Body Map and Practicing.
"For someone with phantom limb pain, the brain's body map still includes the severed arm or leg, and without any real stimuli from the region, it continues to produce pain," Moseley explained.
They focus on teaching students how to mentally represent the structures and function of the body and argue that movement and attention to the body map are fundamental to singing and students must understand these aspects before technique comes into play.
The red top and shorts feature the same zonal body map mesh as this season's home and away strip and a Saltire on the back.
This gives a sense of voluntary motor control in the phantom limb that relieves the pain and, over time, modifies the representative cortical body map. In 'The emerging mind' Ramachandran describes a number of unusual clinical presentations that have inspired him to explore the cortical function producing such atypical symptoms.