Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral
Health dictionary
Untitled Document
Search :      

Art dictionary
Financial dictionary
Hollywood dictionary
Insurance dictionary
Literature dictionary
Real Estate dictionary
Tourism dictionary

 
  Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral



Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral

   Is a genetic neurological disorder characterized by abnormal deposits of calcium in certain of areas of the brain (including the basal ganglia and the cerebral cortex). Symptoms may include motor function deterioration, dementia, mental retardation, spastic paralysis, dysarthria (poorly articulated speech), spasticity (stiffness of the limbs), ocular (eye) problems, and athetosis (involuntary, writhing movements).

RELATED TERMS
--------------------------------------

Genetic
Hereditary. Having to do with the genes.

Neurological
The medical science that deals with the nervous system and disorders affecting it.

Abnormal
Not normal. Deviating from the usual structure, position, condition, or behavior. In referring to a growth, abnormal may mean that it is cancerous or premalignant (likely to become cancer).

Calcium
Chemical element needed for healthy teeth, bones and nerves

Brain
"That part of the central nervous system that is located within the cranium (skull). The brain functions as the primary receiver, organizer and distributor of information for the body. It has two (right and left) halves called ""hemispheres."" "

Ganglia
Clusters of cell bodies of neurons outside of the central nervous system.

Cerebral
Referring to the cerebrum.

Dementia
The loss, usually progressive, of cognitive and intellectual functions, without impairment of perception or consciousness; caused by a variety of disorders, most commonly structural brain disease. Characterized by disorientation, impaired memory, impaired judgment and lowered intellect.

Retardation
Delay or halt of any process such as mental or physical development.

Paralysis
Inability to move parts of the body.

Dysarthria
Imperfect articulation of speech due to disturbances of muscular control or incoordination.

Spasticity
Involuntary muscle tightness and stiffness that occurs in about two-thirds of people with cerebral palsy and in many who suffer severe head injuries. The medical definition of dystonia is a velocity-dependent, increased resistance to passive muscle stretch. In other words, when a muscle affected by spasticity is stretched by someone else, it is harder to move the muscle than normal, and the faster one pushes, the harder the muscle is to move.

Ocular
Having to do with the eye.

Athetosis
Slow, involuntary movements of the hands and feet.



SIMILAR TERMS
--------------------------------------

Calcaneal spur
A bony spur projecting from the back or underside of the heel bone (the calcaneus) that often makes walking painful. A calcaneal spur is also called a heel spur.

Calcaneocuboid joint
The calcaneocuboid joint is located in the foot between the calcaneus bone (the heel bone) and the cuboid bone (a bone shaped like a cube just in front of the calcaneus).

Calcaneus
The calcaneus is the heel bone. It is also called the os calcis. The calcaneus is a more or less rectangular bone at the back of the foot.

Calcarine sulcus
Location of V1 in the human occipital lobe. The central visual field is represented in hte psoterior calcarine sulcus. The peripheral visual field is represented in the anterior portion of the calcarine sulus.

Calcibind
Calcibind is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): cellulose sodium phosphate.

Calciferol
Vitamin D.

Calcific bursitis
A bursa is a thin fluid-filled sac that reduces friction forces between tissues of the body. Chronic (repeated of long-standing) inflammation of the bursa (bursitis) can lead to calcification of the bursa. This is referred to as "calcific bursitis." The calcium deposition (calcification) can occur as long as the inflammation is present.

Calcification
Formation of calcific (chalky) material in tissue.

Calcified granuloma
A calcified granuloma is a granuloma containing calcium deposits. Since it usually takes some time for calcium to be deposited in a granuloma, it is generally assumed that a calcified granuloma is an old granuloma.

Calcijex
Calcijex is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): calcitriol.

Calcimar
Calcimar is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): calcitonin, salmon.

Calcimimetic
A drug in a class of orally active, small molecules that decrease the secretion of parathyroid hormone (PTH) by activating calcium receptors. The secretion of PTH is normally regulated by the calcium-sensing receptor. Calcimimetic agents increase the sensitivity of this receptor to calcium, which inhibits the release of parathyroid hormone and lowers parathyroid hormone levels within a few hours.

Calcinosis
An abnormal deposit of calcium salts in body tissues, as is seen in some forms of disease.

Calciparine
Calciparine is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): heparin calcium.

Calcipotriene
A synthetic form of vitamin D3 that can be applied to the skin to treat psoriasis.

Calcitonin
A hormone secreted by the thyroid gland which controls the levels of calcium and phosphorous in the blood.

Calcitonin-salmon
Calcitonin-salmon is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): calcitonin, salmon.

Calcitriol
The active form of vitamin D. Calcitriol is formed in the kidneys or made in the laboratory. It is used as a drug to increase calcium levels in the body in order to treat skeletal and tissue-related calcium deficiencies caused by kidney or thyroid disorders.

Calcium
Chemical element needed for healthy teeth, bones and nerves

Calcium channel blocker
Or calcium blocker. A medication that lowers blood pressure.

Calcium Channel Blocker
A drug used to lower blood pressure.

Calcium chloride 10 per cent in plastic container
Calcium chloride 10 per cent in plastic container is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): calcium chloride.

Calcium deficiency
A low level of calcium in the blood (hypocalcemia) which can make the nervous system highly irritable causing tetany (spasms of the hands and feet, muscle cramps, abdominal cramps, and overly active reflexes). Chronic calcium deficiency contributes to poor mineralization of bones, soft bones (osteomalacia) and osteoporosis and, in children, rickets and impaired growth.

Calcium disodium versenate
Calcium disodium versenate is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): edetate calcium disodium.

Calcium excess
Overly high intake of calcium that can result in elevated levels of calcium in the blood (hypercalcemia). This can cause muscle weakness and constipation, affect the conduction of electrical impulses in the heart (heart block), lead to calcium stones in the urinary tract (nephrocalcinosis), impair kidney function, and interfere with the absorption of iron, predisposing to iron deficiency.

Calcium gluceptate
Calcium gluceptate is a prescription or over-the-counter drug which is (or once was) approved in the United States and possibly in other countries. Active ingredient(s): calcium gluceptate.

Calcium-Channel Blocker
A drug that reduces spasm of the blood vessels, lowers blood pressure, and controls angina; acts by selectively blocking the uptake of calcium by the cells.

Calculi
Stones or solid lumps such as gallstones.

Calculi, renal
Kidney stones, by another name. A common cause of blood in the urine and pain in the abdomen, flank, or groin. Occurs in 1 in 20 people at some time in their life. Development of the stones is related to decreased urine volume or increased excretion of stone-forming components such as calcium, oxalate, urate, cystine, xanthine, and phosphate. The stones form in the urine collecting area (the pelvis) of the kidney and may range in size from tiny to staghorn stones the size of the renal pelvis itself . The pain is usually of sudden onset, very severe and colicky (intermittent), not improved by changes in position, radiating from the back, down the flank, and into the groin. Nausea and vomiting are common. Predisposing factors may include recent reduction in fluid intake, increased exercise with dehydration, medications that cause hyperuricemia (high uric acid) and a history of gout. Treatment includes relief of pain, hydration and, if there is concurrent urinary infection, antibiotics. The majority of stones pass spontaneously within 48 hours. However, some stones may not. There are several factors which influence the ability to pass a stone. These include the size of the person, prior stone passage, prostate enlargement, pregnancy, and the size of the stone. A 4 mm stone has an 80% chance of passage while a 5 mm stone has a 20% chance. If a stone does not pass, urologic intervention may be needed. The process of stone formation is also called nephrolithiasis or urolithiasis.

Calculus
Hard residue, commonly known as "tarter," that forms on teeth due to inadequate plaque control, often stained yellow or brown.

Calculus, renal
A stone in the kidney (or lower down in the urinary tract). Also called a kidney stone. The stones themselves are called renal caluli.

Calcutta doctors
All doctors near Calcutta, India. Doctors who can assist a patient in Calcutta.



PREVIOUS AND NEXT TERMS
--------------------------------------

Calamine
An astringent made from zinc carbonate or zinc oxide, usually used in lotion form to treat skin problems that cause itching or discomfort.

Calcaneal spur
A bony spur projecting from the back or underside of the heel bone (the calcaneus) that often makes walking painful. A calcaneal spur is also called a heel spur.

Calcaneocuboid joint
The calcaneocuboid joint is located in the foot between the calcaneus bone (the heel bone) and the cuboid bone (a bone shaped like a cube just in front of the calcaneus).

Calcaneus
The calcaneus is the heel bone. It is also called the os calcis. The calcaneus is a more or less rectangular bone at the back of the foot.

Calcific bursitis
A bursa is a thin fluid-filled sac that reduces friction forces between tissues of the body. Chronic (repeated of long-standing) inflammation of the bursa (bursitis) can lead to calcification of the bursa. This is referred to as "calcific bursitis." The calcium deposition (calcification) can occur as long as the inflammation is present.

Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral

Calcified granuloma
A calcified granuloma is a granuloma containing calcium deposits. Since it usually takes some time for calcium to be deposited in a granuloma, it is generally assumed that a calcified granuloma is an old granuloma.

Calcimimetic
A drug in a class of orally active, small molecules that decrease the secretion of parathyroid hormone (PTH) by activating calcium receptors. The secretion of PTH is normally regulated by the calcium-sensing receptor. Calcimimetic agents increase the sensitivity of this receptor to calcium, which inhibits the release of parathyroid hormone and lowers parathyroid hormone levels within a few hours.

Calcinosis
An abnormal deposit of calcium salts in body tissues, as is seen in some forms of disease.

Calcipotriene
A synthetic form of vitamin D3 that can be applied to the skin to treat psoriasis.

Calcitriol
The active form of vitamin D. Calcitriol is formed in the kidneys or made in the laboratory. It is used as a drug to increase calcium levels in the body in order to treat skeletal and tissue-related calcium deficiencies caused by kidney or thyroid disorders.

   We thank you for using the Health Dictionary to search for Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral. If you have a better definition for Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral than the one presented here, please let us know by making use of the suggest a term option. This definition of Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral may be disputed by other professionals. Our attempt is to provide easy definitions on Calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral and any other medical topic for the public at large.
 
This dictionary contains 59020 terms.      









  
                    © Health Dictionary 2005 - All rights reserved -

   calcification,nonarterioscleroticcerebral / alcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / clcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cacification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcfication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calciication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifcation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifiation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifiction, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificaion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificaton, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatin, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatio, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification,nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, onarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nnarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, noarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonateriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonareriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterisclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioslerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclertic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotc cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroti cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroticcerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic erebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic crebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ceebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cereral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrl / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebra / ccalcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / caalcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / callcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calccification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calciification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calciffication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifiication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificcation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificaation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificattion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatiion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatioon, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificationn, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification,, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nnonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, noonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonnarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonaarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteeriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriossclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscllerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerootic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerottic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotiic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroticc cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ccerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ceerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerrebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cereebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebraal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrall / xalcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / salcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / dalcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / falcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / valcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / alcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cqlcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cwlcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cslcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cxlcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / czlcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / caocification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / capcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / ca;cification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / ca.cification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / ca,cification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cakcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / caicification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calxification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calsification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / caldification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calfification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calvification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / cal ification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcfication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcirication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcitication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcigication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcibication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcivication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcicication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcidication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcieication, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifcation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifixation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifisation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifidation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcififation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifivation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifi ation, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificqtion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificwtion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificstion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificxtion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificztion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifica5ion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifica6ion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificayion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificahion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificagion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificafion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificarion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcifica4ion, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificaton, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificati9n, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificati0n, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatipn, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatiln, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatikn, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatiin, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificati8n, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatiob, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatioh, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatioj, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatiom, nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcificatio , nonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, bonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, honarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, jonarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, monarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, onarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, n9narteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, n0narteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, npnarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nlnarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nknarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, ninarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, n8narteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nobarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, noharteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nojarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nomarteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, no arteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonqrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonwrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonsrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonxrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonzrteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nona4teriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nona5teriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonatteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonagteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonafteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonadteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonaeteriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nona3teriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonar5eriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonar6eriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonaryeriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarheriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonargeriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarferiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarreriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonar4eriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonart3riosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonart4riosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartrriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartfriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartdriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartsriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartwriosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarte4iosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarte5iosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartetiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartegiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartefiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonartediosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteeiosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarte3iosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterosclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteri9sclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteri0sclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteripsclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterilsclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriksclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriisclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteri8sclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriowclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioeclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriodclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioxclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriozclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioaclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioqclerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosxlerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosslerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosdlerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosflerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosvlerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterios lerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscoerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscperotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosc;erotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosc.erotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosc,erotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosckerotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscierotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscl3rotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscl4rotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclrrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclfrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscldrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclsrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclwrotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscle4otic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscle5otic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscletotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclegotic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclefotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscledotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleeotic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscle3otic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscler9tic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscler0tic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerptic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerltic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerktic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleritic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscler8tic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclero5ic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclero6ic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroyic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerohic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerogic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerofic cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroric cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclero4ic cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotc cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotix cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotis cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotid cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotif cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotiv cerebral / calcification, nonarterioscleroti cerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic xerebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic serebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic derebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ferebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic verebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic erebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic c3rebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic c4rebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic crrebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cfrebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cdrebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic csrebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cwrebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ce4ebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ce5ebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cetebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cegebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cefebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cedebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ceeebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ce3ebral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cer3bral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cer4bral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerrbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerfbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerdbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cersbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerwbral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerevral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerefral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic ceregral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerehral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerenral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cere ral / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cereb4al / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cereb5al / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebtal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebgal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebfal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebdal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebeal / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cereb3al / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrql / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrwl / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrsl / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrxl / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrzl / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrao / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrap / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebra; / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebra. / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebra, / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrak / calcification, nonarteriosclerotic cerebrai /