Definition of Neurogenic

1. Adjective. Arising in or stimulated by nerve tissues.

Partainyms: Nervous Tissue



Definition of Neurogenic

1. Adjective. Originating in, or caused by, the nervous system ¹

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Definition of Neurogenic

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Neurogenic

1. Arising from or caused by the nervous system. Origin: Gr. Gennan = to produce (27 Sep 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neurogenic

neurofibrosarcomata
neurofilament
neurofilament proteins
neurofilaments
neurofuran
neurofurans
neuroganglion
neurogastric
neurogenerative
neurogenesis
neurogenetic
neurogeneticist
neurogeneticists
neurogenetics
neurogenic (current term)
neurogenic atrophy
neurogenic bladder
neurogenic fracture
neurogenic gene
neurogenic shock
neurogenic tonus
neurogenically
neurogenin
neurogenous
neurogeography
neuroglia
neuroglia cells
neurogliacyte
neuroglial

Literary usage of Neurogenic

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1. A Text-book of physiology: For Medical Students and Physicians by William Henry Howell (1915)
"In the same century the first neurogenic hypothesis was formulated. Willis conceived that the'cere- bellum controls the activity of the involuntary organs, ..."

2. Therapeutics of the circulation by Thomas Lauder Brunton (1915)
"CHAPTER II PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART Movements of the Heart—Heart of the Frog—Origin of the Cardiac Rhythm—neurogenic and Myogenic Theories—Block ..."

3. Studies in General Physiology by Jacques Loeb (1905)
"XXVIII ON THE DIFFERENT EFFECTS OF IONS UPON MYO- GENIC AND neurogenic RHYTHMICAL CONTRACTIONS AND UPON ..."

4. Clinical electrocardiography by Fredrick Arthur Willius (1922)
"MYOGENIC AND neurogenic THEORIES Whether the vital reaction which originates the cardiac impulse acts directly on muscle (myogenic) tissue or on nerve ..."

5. Exophthalmic Goiter and Its Nonsurgical Treatment by Israel Bram (1920)
"The neurogenic Theory.—Oswald emphasizes the fact that all persons do not respond to a hypersecreting thyroid with symptoms of Basedow's disease; ..."

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