Medical Terminology – NEUROGENESIS

Learn how to memorize the Neurogenesis Medical Term’s meaning definition in today’s Medical Terminology Course video for Pre-Med and Nursing Students.

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NEUROGENESIS: The Growth and Development of Nervous Tissue.
-Growth of New Neurons

Source: Neuron. 2011 May 26; 70(4): 687–702.
Authors: Guo-li Ming and Hongjun Song

Neurogenesis can also spur neuron growth in adult brains.
Hippocampus & Sub-ventricular zone



Word Use:
– Neurogenesis or neuron growth happens prominently in the prenatal stages of brain development.

The key idea with being able to memorize med terms and vocabulary words is the create pictures for those words.

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The Pictures for this Medical Term is:

Word – NEUROGENESIS: Neuron + Gem + Sauce
Meaning – Neuron Growth: Neuron or Brain Growing Like Plant
Story – Neuron Growing On Top of Gem with Sauce

Just take both the picture for the word and the picture for the definition and visualize an interaction between the two like we did above.

That’s It! Just review a little bit and you will have these words fully memorized come test day.

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