|(Medicine) in a neurogenic manner (originating in the nerves)||neurogenically|
|(Physiology) bringing inward toward a central part (as in afferent nerves), bringing something toward a body part||afferent|
|abdominal area, nerves in upper abdomen, network of vessels located in the abdomen||solar plexus|
|affected by neurosis, of or related to neurosis; affected by neurosis; of the nerves or nerve disease (Pathology); nervous, anxious (Informal); obsessive (Informal), one who suffers from neurosis (Psychiatry); anxious person, one who obsesses, overly s...||neurotic|
|affecting cranial nerves||vagotropic|
|affecting the nerves, agitated, tense, anxious, apprehensive; of or relating to the nerves, of nerves, timid, uneasy||nervous|
|argument or fight, become strained or strain, lively activity or situation, quarrel, brawl, skirmish, wear away and hang in threads, wear out, make ragged; wear on the nerves, irritate; be worn out, become ragged; rub, worn part with loose threads||fray|
|arrangement of nerves or veins||nervation|
|brain wave, brief psychological disturbance, bright idea, sudden inspiration; attack of nerves, brilliant idea, think quickly and creatively||brainstorm|
|brain, nervous system excluding peripheral nerves, see also:spinal cord||central nervous system|
|by the nerves, through the nervous system (Neurology)||neurally|
|chemical carrying communication between nerves, inter-neural chemical conductor, chemical carrier of information throughout the nervous system (Neurology)||neurotransmitter|
|cluster of nerves or blood vessels, cluster of small blood vessels (Anatomy), round structure in kidney||glomerulus|
|complex network, intersection of nerves; network of blood vessels and nerves, network in the body||plexus|
|connected with sensory nerves||sensorineural|
|cranial nerve, either of the tenth pair of cranial nerves which relay signals to the brain (Anatomy), vagus nerve||vagus|
|either of a pair of cranial nerves which control eye movement (Anatomy)||abducens|
|excessively elaborate; overworked, exhausted; having frayed nerves; excited, ornamented on surface, too elaborate, very upset||overwrought|
|fatty substance which surrounds nerve fibers (Anatomy), material surrounding nerves||myelin|
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