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Supersensitivity following lesions of the nervous system

George W Stavraky

Supersensitivity following lesions of the nervous system

an aspect of the relativity of nervous integration. With a foreword by Wilder Penfield.

by George W Stavraky

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Published by University Press in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nervous system

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP361 S8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination210p.
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16863372M

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R., Trendelenburg, U.:   The nervous system is charged with coordinating the body’s actions by transmitting signals through the network of nerve cells from one body part to the other. How well do you understand this system. Take up the quiz and see how high you score.

Remember to ?title=nervous-system-quiz_4. iv Neurological disorders: public health challenges Annex 4 Table A Burden of neurological disorders, in DALYs, by cause, WHO region and mortality stratum, projections forand This book covers the following topics: Nervous system, Cardiovascular system, Respiratory system, Gastrointestinal system, Genito urinary system, Musculoskeletal system and Multisystem entities.

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Salivary secretion. Micturition. Flexion of the arm following a painful stimulus. Acceleration of the heart. 8) What is the autonomic nervous system. Part of the central nervous system independent of the will. The efferent pathway to the viscera (all fibres connecting   2) The central nervous system is connected with the peripheral nervous system by all the following types of nerve fibers, except: a- postganglionic autonomic fibers b- preganglionic autonomic fibers c- somatic motor fibers d- autonomic sensory fibers 3) The sensory system is involved in all the following, except: a- initiation of reflex mcq 1st Publisher Summary.

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Both haloperidol and morphine sulfate increase dopamine synthesis in the nigro-striatal system 1. Ann Neurol.

Jan;5(1) Palatal myoclonus and denervation supersensitivity in the central nervous system. Matsuo F, Ajax ET. We postulate that palatal myoclonus after infarction of the brainstem or cerebellum, or both, is the manifestation of denervation supersensitivity secondary to lesions involving the dentatorubroolivary ://   The medical information on this site is provided as an information resource only, and is not to be used or relied on for any diagnostic or treatment :// A demonstration of a fall in brain serotonin following central nervous system lesions in the rat.

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• Denervation Supersensitivity • Unmasking of Silent Synapses • Neural Regeneration • Slowly developing lesions cause less loss of ://