neuromechanism
neu·ro·mech·a·nism -'mek-ə-.niz-əm n a bodily regulatory mechanism that is based in the structure and functioning of the nervous system

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neu·ro·mech·a·nism (noor″o-mekґə-niz-əm) the structure and arrangement of the nervous system in relation to function.

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