a nerve cell that conducts impulses from a sense organ to the central nervous system.
- Sensory neuronopathy
sensory neuronopathy n. Neuronopathy confined to the dorsal root ganglion of the spinal cord and the trigeminal ganglion in the skull.
- Sensory overload
noun a condition of receiving too much information or stimulation via visual or audio sources; overstimulation of one or more senses Examples In sensory overload, it becomes difficult to focus on the task at hand. Word Origin 1959
- Sensory paralysis
sensory paralysis n. Loss of sensation.
noun 1. See under nerve root. noun, Anatomy. 1. a nerve fiber bundle that emerges from either side of the spinal cord and joins with a complementary bundle to form each spinal nerve in the series of spinal nerves: the root at the rear of the spinal cord (dorsal root or sensory root) conveys sensations […]
- Sensory speech center
sensory speech center n. See Wernicke’s center.