[ US /ˌnʊɹəˈɫɑdʒɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to or used in or practicing neurology
    neurological evidence
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How To Use neurologic In A Sentence

  • Many of the proposed fine distinctions seem relatively unimportant in routine neurological practice.
  • The incident led to neurological problems, numbness in his legs and arms. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet compared with other neurological diseases, this has been low. Times, Sunday Times
  • When such reflexes persist past this age, it may signal the existence of some kind of neurological problem. The Developing Child (7th edn.)
  • Initially, he was extremely agitated but had normal neurologic examination results.
  • This is the first time that such improvement in a chronic neurological disease has occurred following infusion of a growth factor.
  • About 20% of acute medical admissions to district general hospitals are for neurological problems, often in the context of other medical conditions.
  • MS is a chronic, progressive neurological disease that involves the loss of myelin from nerves in the brain and spinal cord.
  • Alzheimer's disease is a neurological disorder.
  • To explore the mechanisms and neurological basis of aphasic agraphia, 20 patients with aphasic agraphia after cerebral infarction were selected for observation.
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