pallidal


pallidal
pal·li·dal

English syllables. 2014.

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  • pallidal — pallidal, ale, aux [palidal, o] adj. ÉTYM. Mil. XXe; de pallid(um). ❖ ♦ Anat. Du pallidum. || Le système pallidal joue « un rôle important dans les mouvements automatiques, la régulation du tonus musculaire, et l harmonisation des mouvements » (A …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • pallidal — Relating to the pallidum. * * * pal·li·dal pal əd əl adj of, relating to, or involving the globus pallidus <a severe pallidal lesion> * * * pal·li·dal (palґĭ dəl) pertaining to the globus pallidus …   Medical dictionary

  • pallidal — ˈpalədəl adjective Etymology: New Latin (globus) pallidus + English al : of, relating to, or involving the globus pallidus a severe pallidal lesion …   Useful english dictionary

  • pallidal atrophy — juvenile paralysis agitans (of Hunt); see under paralysis …   Medical dictionary

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