(a) Of, relating to, or affecting both nerves and muscles.
(a) obtaining the attributes of both stressed and muscular structure.
(a) Pertaining to the voluntary or reflexive control of muscles by nerves.
Pertaining to nerve and muscle tissue; specifically, resembling or partaking associated with the nature both of stressed and of muscular muscle; having a character intermediate between that of muscle and that of neurological; representing or physiologically acting both as a nerve and also as a muscle: as, the neuromuscular cells of the freshwater polyp (Hydra).
neuromuscular in Medical Dictionary
related to both nerves and muscles, as in neuromuscular blockade by an anesthetic broker, the neuromuscular junction (the meeting place of a nerve and a muscle fiber), and neuromuscular transmission (the transfer of "information" from neurological to your muscle mass). by Debroah NeissReport definition