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Histology of biopsy specimens suggested that she had a low-grade malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor.
Electrical activity in the conductors brains--measured by electrodes placed on the scalp during testing--exhibited a pattern asscociated with heightened attention when they heard either central or peripheral sound deviations.
After several such occurrences, the CPA realizes the problem happens only when he tries to use the CD-ROM while the other peripherals are operating.
In an interesting report, Cohn described a patient who had a mass in the arm and peripheral neuropathy of the median nerve.
The researchers found a perfect test bed for this idea: Some sensory nerve cells extend fibers, or axons, into both the peripheral and central nervous systems.