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  • Hemiplegia

    Paralysis on one side of the body

    Quadriplegia

    Paralysis from neck down

    Encephal/o

    Related to the brain

    Meninges

    Membrane covering the brain & spinal cord

    Paraplegia

    Paralysis from the waist down

    Meningitis

    Inflammation of the meninges

    CVA

    Cerebrovascular accident (stroke)

    Polio

    Grey

    Sciatica

    Inflammation of the sciatic nerve

    Synapses

    Space between two neurons

    Epilepsy

    Seizure disorder

    Rhin/o

    Pertaining to nose

    Neurons

    Basic cell of the Nervous system

    Myopia

    Nearsighted

    Syncope

    Fainting

    Optic

    Eye or sight

    Tinnitus

    Ringing in the ears

    Tympano

    Earlier drum

    Myel/o

    Spinal cord

    Neuralgia

    Nerve pain

    Cerumen

    Earwax

    CSF

    Cerebrospinal fluid

    Olfactory

    Sense of smell

    Myringo

    Eardrum

    Crani/o

    Skull

    Blephar/o

    Eyelids

    Lacrimal

    Tears

    O.D

    Right eye

    O.S

    Left eye

    O.U

    Both eyes

    Phak/o

    Lens of the eye

    A.D

    Right ear

    A.S

    Left ear

    A.U

    Both the ears

    Cataract

    Opacity in the lens of the eye

    Epistaxis

    Nose bleed

    V.A

    Visual Acuity

    -cele

    Hernia

    Gait

    Manner of walking

    Amnesia

    Memory loss

    Diplopia

    Double vision

    Snellen Chart

    Used to measure visual acuity

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