[ dahy-as-kuh-sis ]
/ daɪˈæs kə sɪs /
a disturbance or loss of function in one part of the brain due to a localized injury in another part.
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Medical definitions for diaschisis
[ dī-ăs′kĭ-sĭs ]
A sudden loss of function in a portion of the brain that is at a distance from the site of injury, but is connected to it by neurons.
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