[noo r-oh-hawr-mohn, nyoo r-] /ˌnʊər oʊˈhɔr moʊn, ˌnyʊər-/
any of various substances, as , formed in the nervous system and delivered to an effector organ through blood circulation.
a hormone, such as noradrenaline, oxytocin, or vasopressin, that is produced by specialized nervous tissue rather than by endocrine glands
neurohormone neu·ro·hor·mone (nur’ō-hôr’mōn, nyur’-)
A hormone secreted by or acting on a part of the nervous system.
A hormone that is produced and secreted by neurons and that effects its action on the nervous system. The hormones secreted by the hypothalamus that in turn control the secretions of the pituitary gland are neurohormones.
[noo r-oh-hahy-pof-uh-sis, -hi-, nyoo r-] /ˌnʊər oʊ haɪˈpɒf ə sɪs, -hɪ-, ˌnyʊər-/ noun, plural neurohypophyses [noo r-oh-hahy-pof-uh-seez, -hi-, nyoo r-] /ˌnʊər oʊ haɪˈpɒf əˌsiz, -hɪ-, ˌnyʊər-/ (Show IPA). Anatomy. 1. See under . noun, Anatomy. 1. a small, somewhat cherry-shaped double structure attached by a stalk to the base of the brain and constituting the […]
neuroid neu·roid (nur’oid’, nyu’-) adj. Relating to or resembling a nerve; nervelike.
[noo r-oh-im-yuh-nol-uh-jee, nyoo r‐] /ˌnʊər oʊˌɪm yəˈnɒl ə dʒi, ˌnyʊər‐/ noun 1. a branch of immunology concerned with the interactions between immunological and nervous system functions, especially as they apply to various autoimmune diseases.
1. neurology; neurological. abbreviation 1. neurology 1. neurology 2. neurosurgery