Dysnomia


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Dysnomia

Dysnomia, in astronomy, the moon, or natural satellite, of Eris.
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The extent of the neocortical (lateral) resection in patients undergoing dominant temporal lobe surgery determines the probability of new (in those without pre-existing dysnomia) or additional word-finding difficulties after surgery.
"societies do not die the same way as animals and, therefore, we cannot define dysnomia [anomie] as what leads to, if not controlled, the death of a society.
Eris's mass, well determined from the orbit of its moon Dysnomia, is about 25% greater than Pluto's--and that's unchanged.
Eris has also been found to have a moon, which has been named Dysnomia.
Dyslexia, dysnomia and lexical retrieval: a longitudinal investigation.
He describes the specific characteristics of dyslexia, dysnomia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and dysphasia; their causes and diagnosis; teaching children who have them; and preparing them for adult life.
Xena, a charcoal ball whose even dimmer companion moon was naturally christened Gabrielle until the International Astronomical Union Committee on Small-Body Nomenclature and the Working Group on Planetary-System Nomendature spoiled the fun by formally renaming the dwarf planets Eris and Dysnomia.