a nerve fiber which loops through the white matter under the cerebral cortex to link one cortical region to another one. U fibers supply the quickest path for cortical conveying of urges; the optional intracortical pathway is made up of extremely thin fibers with slow transmission rates.
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noun. the statistic utilized in the mann-whitney uTEST.
interpreted to have occurred without warning.
abbreviated form: typical, traditional, and reasonable fees
noun. an erosion of a tissue's exterior, like the digestive tract's mucosal lining.
the sensory and motor nerve which innervates the lateral portion of the hand and forearm. Its fibers stem from the eighth cervical and first thoracic spinal roots, and they go through the brachial plexus's medial section.
a retelling or depiction for a specific behavior with regard to its adaptive value.
opinion testimony by a witness deemed to be an expert which directly informs the court about the issue being argued.
noun. a brand name for remifentanil.
any periodic variance in physiological or psychological operation recurring within a cycle of more than one day, like the female menstrual cycle.