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  2. Superior cerebellar peduncle - Wikipedia

    In the human brain, the superior cerebellar peduncle (brachium conjunctivum) is a paired structure of white matter that connects the cerebellum to the midbrain.It consists mainly of efferent fibers, the cerebellothalamic tract that runs from a cerebellar hemisphere to the contralateral thalamus, and the cerebellorubral tract that runs from a cerebellar hemisphere to the red nucleus.

  3. Spastic cerebral palsy - Wikipedia

    Spastic cerebral palsy is the type of cerebral palsy characterized by spasticity or high muscle tone often resulting in stiff, jerky movements. Cases of spastic CP are further classified according to the part or parts of the body that are most affected.

  4. Sustainable consumption - Wikipedia

    Sustainable consumption (sometimes abbreviated to "SC") is the use of material products, energy, and immaterial services in such a way that their use minimizes impacts on the environment, so that human needs can be met not only in the present but also for future generations.

  5. Actuator - Wikipedia

    History. The history of the pneumatic actuation system and the hydraulic actuation system dates to around the time of World War II (1938). It was first created by Xhiter Anckeleman who used his knowledge of engines and brake systems to come up with a new solution to ensure that the brakes on a car exert the maximum force, with the least possible wear and tear.

  6. CHKDSK - Wikipedia

    CHKDSK can be run from DOS prompt, Windows Explorer, Windows Command Prompt, Windows PowerShell or Recovery Console.. On Windows NT operating systems, CHKDSK can also check the disk surface for bad sectors and mark them (in MS-DOS 6.x and Windows 9x, this is a task done by Microsoft ScanDisk).

  7. Scopophobia - Wikipedia

    Scopophobia, scoptophobia, or ophthalmophobia is an anxiety disorder characterized by a morbid fear of being seen in public or stared at by others.. Similar phobias include erythrophobia, the fear of blushing, and an epileptic's fear of being looked at, which may itself precipitate such an attack.

  8. Quorn - Wikipedia

    Quorn is a meat substitute product originating in the UK and sold primarily in Europe, but available in 14 countries. The brand is owned by parent company Monde Nissin.. Quorn is sold as both a cooking ingredient and as a meat substitute used in a range of prepackaged meals.

  9. List of professional designations in the United States

    Fellow of the Health Advocacy and Medical Exploration Society FHAMES Post-nominal title granted by the Health Advocacy and Medical Exploration Society and sponsored by one of six councils representing personal and professional exemplary dedication and service to healthcare, medicine, science, legislation, or advocacy. Doctor of Pharmacy: PharmD