Abnormal accumulation of fibrosis connective tissue in skin, muscle, or joint capsule that prevents normal mobility a that site.
Acute, reversible state of disorientation oand confusion without drowsiness, difficulty focusing attention, inability to sleep, and hyperactivity due to an underlying cause. A fairly common acute condition in older hospitalized adults.
State in which an individual with a spinal cord injury at or above T6 experiences an uninhibited sympathetic response to a noxious stimulus.
a condition caused by enlargement of the cranium caused by abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid within the cerebral ventricular system.
The excision of a vertebral posterior arch, usually to remove a lesion or herniated disk.
A term that can apply to any nervous system disorder that causes degeneration, or wasting, of the neurons in the nervous system.
occurring after a sudden attack, such as an epileptic seizure. a recovery period after a seizure.
A symptom indicating the onset of a disease. The classic migraine has a pre headache (prodromal) phase in which the patient may experience visual disturbances.