neuromalacia neu·ro·ma·la·ci·a (nur’ō-mə-lā’shē-ə, -shə, nyur’-)
Softening of nerve tissue as a result of disease.
/ˈnjʊərəʊˌmɑːkɪtɪŋ/ noun 1. the process of researching the brain patterns of consumers to reveal their responses to particular advertisements and products before developing new advertising campaigns and branding techniques noun the study of neurological responses to marketing messages; also written neuro-marketing Examples Neuromarketing often involves fMRI scans. Word Origin 2002 Usage Note neuromarketer, n
noun See neuromarketing
[noo r-uh-mast, nyoo r-] /ˈnʊər əˌmæst, ˈnyʊər-/ noun 1. a group of innervated sensory cells occurring along the lateral line of fishes and aquatic amphibians.
- Neuroma telangiectodes
neuroma telangiectodes neuroma tel·an·gi·ec·to·des (těl-ān’jē-ĭk-tō’dēz) n. A neurofibroma having numerous blood vessels.