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List of anatomical topics
... page accordingly. A abdomen - abdominal aorta - abducens nerve - abducens nucleus - abducent - abducent nerve - abduction - accessory - accessory cuneate nucleus - accessory nerve - accessory olivary nucleus - accommodation reflex - acetabulum - acoustic nerve - acromion - adenohypophysis - adenoids - adipose - aditus - aditus ad ... cruciate ligament - anterior ethmoidal foramen - anterior ethmoidal nerve - anterior funiculus - anterior horn cells - anterior ...
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Autonomic nervous system   (translated from Japanese)
... With, involuntarily (non intentionally) it is the nerve which is controlled vis-a-vis the internal organs organ. Sympathetic nervous systemWithParasympathetic nerve systemIt consists of two nervous systems. Table of contents Structure Somatic nerve system (somatic nervous system) with contrasting, it ... being opposed, or. As for the sympathetic nerve the reaction which is necessary in order ... kind of stress, as for the sympathetic nerve blood pressure 、Heart rateTo lift, andStomach、 ...
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List of subjects in Gray's Anatomy: IX. Neurology
... Gray's page #721 Cell or Cells: nerve Central artery of retina: nervous system Fibers: nerve Nerve cells Nervous system, description of: Neurology Gray ... page #723 Axis-cylinder process Axon of nerve cells Cyton Dendrons of nerve cells Nissl’s granules Protoplasmic process of ...
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Nervous system   (translated from Japanese)
... seen in many groups organ types. Mainly nerve cell and processes. Thing of nervous system "brain nerve ", the cranial nerve and cranial nerve system etc. there are also times when ... it becomes index. Diffuse nervous system - the nerve cell is a body chart, forms ...
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Wikimir:Requested articles/list of missing anatomy
... cranial fossa - anterior ethmoidal foramen - anterior ethmoidal nerve - anterior limb of the internal capsule - anterior ... corticobulbar axons - corticomedial amygdala - corticopontine fibers - corticostriate fiber - costophrenic angle - cranial autonomic ganglia - cranial nerve ganglia - cranial nerve lesion - cruciform ligament - crus - crus of diaphragm ... recess - erector - erigentes - evaginate - extend - external laryngeal nerve - external medullary lamina - external nasal nerve - ...
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Retina   (translated from German)
... Lens and that Glass body crossed, in Nerve impulses converted. Table of contents Anatomy of ... to the change of activity of the nerve cell (tap such as staebchen). For the ... light attraction on now over the optical nerve (Nervus opticus) to the brain. Altogether can ... consists beyond that of Kollagenfasern and Proteoglykosiden. Nerve fiber layer (NFL - nerve fiber more layer) ...
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Kleinhirn   (translated from German)
... Small brain handles connected, by those the fiber connections run (Pedunculus cerebellaris inferior, medius and ... Crust, those inside lying white substance (only fiber connections, no cell bodies) as Mark. In Marks accumulations of nerve cells, which can be found, are Cores ... fibers and Climbing fibers. These two afferent fiber types and the grain cells have as ... splits up there and pulls as Parallel fiber along the small brain turns by ...
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Fecal incontinence
... surgery can damage the sphincters as well. Nerve damage Fecal incontinence can also be caused ... the bathroom until stool has leaked out. Nerve damage can be caused by childbirth, a ... or scar tissue. Anal electromyography tests for nerve damage, which is often associated with obstetric ... approach is to eat foods low in fiber to decrease the work of the anal ... but not with the meals. Eat more fiber. Fiber makes stool soft, formed, and ...
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Category:Nervous system
... Golgi organ Golgi's method Great petrosal nerve Greater auricular nerve Greater occipital nerve G cont. Grey column H Hyperpolarization (biology) I Inferior dental nerve Intercostal nerves Interventricular foramina L Labyrinth (inner ear) Laryngeal nerve Lateral reticular nucleus Lesser occipital nerve ...
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Cerebellum
... million input fibers; in contrast, the optic nerve is composed of a mere one million ... circuit elements. This organizational uniformity makes the nerve circuitry relatively easy to study. To envision ... cortex and excitatory (glutamatergic) inputs from mossy fiber pathways. All output fibers of the cerebellum ... by (+) and inhibitory synapses by (-). MF: Mossy fiber. DCN: Deep cerebellar nuclei. IO: Inferior olive. CF: Climbing fiber. GC: Granule cell. PF: Parallel fiber. ...
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