VISUAL CORTEX

the cerebral cortex of the occipital lobe, particularly the striate cortex. With regard to human beings, this takes up a minimal area on the...

VISUAL HEARING

the supplementation of vision for hearing. This might be achieved, within limits, by reading lips and comprehension of gestures and body language.

VISUAL RECOGNITION

the capacity to identify an item visually.

VISUAL-SEARCH PERCEPTUAL DISORDER

a disorder demonstrated by trouble in finding a particular numeral within a random array on a board as an outcome of a lesion inside...

VITAMIN D TOXICITY

a condition elicited by too much ingestion of vitamin D. Prolonged overdose of vitamin D can elicit permanent injury to the kidneys and...

VOCAL TRACT

All of the structures which are engaged in vocalization, inclusive of the vocal cords and glottis of the larynx combined with the mouth, nasal...

VOICE

1. the noise generated by the larynx and changed by other components of the vocal tract prior to the exit from the mouth. 2....

VOLLEY THEORY

the standard that separate fibers inside an auditory nerve react to one or another stimulant in a swift succession of rhythmic noise stimulants, whereas...

VOLUNTEERISM

noun. the custom of lending one's time and effort to acts which add to a positive goal.

VULVA

the exterior female genitals, consisting of the clitoris, the labia, and the vestibule of the vagina. Commonly referred to as pudendum.

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