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*  Sympathetic root of ciliary ganglion
... and thoracic spinal nerve 2 (T2). They form synapses in the superior cervical ganglion. The ratio of incoming to outgoing ... The sympathetic root of ciliary ganglion is one of three roots of the ciliary ganglion, a tissue mass behind the eye. It ... Ciliary ganglion Sensory root of ciliary ganglion Parasympathetic root of ciliary ganglion http://anatomy.med.umich.edu/modules ... from the ciliary ganglion). Sympathetic fibers in the short ciliary nerves pass through the ciliary ganglion without forming ...
*  Taste
Spinal ganglion are involved in movement. The frontal operculum is speculated to be the memory and association hub for taste.[ ... The pterygopalatine ganglia are ganglia (one on each side) of the soft palate. The greater petrosal, lesser palatine and ...
*  Poliomyelitis
The destruction of neuronal cells produces lesions within the spinal ganglia; these may also occur in the reticular formation, ... Virus invasion causes inflammation of the nerve cells, leading to damage or destruction of motor neuron ganglia. When spinal ... The extent of spinal paralysis depends on the region of the cord affected, which may be cervical, thoracic, or lumbar. The ... In cases of spinal polio, if the affected nerve cells are completely destroyed, paralysis will be permanent; cells that are not ...
*  Lateral spinothalamic tract
The neurons of the lateral spinothalamic tract originate in the spinal ganglia. They project peripheral processes to the ... The central processes enter the spinal cord in an area at the back of the posterior horn known as the posterolateral tract. ... These fibers will ascend through the brainstem, including the medulla oblongata, pons and midbrain, as the spinal lemniscus ... is a bundle of sensory axons ascending through the white matter of the spinal cord, carrying sensory information to the brain. ...
*  Vertebral column
ISBN 978-0-443-06612-2. Somites, Spinal Ganglia, and Centra Archived July 15, 2016, at the Wayback Machine. Dorland's (2012). ... Spinal stenosis is a narrowing of the spinal canal which can occur in any region of the spine though less commonly in the ... Sometimes the spinal meninges and also the spinal cord can protrude through this, and this is called Spina bifida cystica. ... Spinal cord injury is damage to the spinal cord that causes changes in its function, either temporary or permanent. Excessive ...
*  Bipolar neuron
Bipolar cells are also found in the spinal ganglia, when the cells are in an embryonic condition. Sometimes the extensions, ... Common examples are the bipolar cell of the retina, the ganglia of the vestibulocochlear nerve, and the extensive use of ... The majority of the bipolar neurons belonging to the vestibular nerve exist within the vestibular ganglion with axons extending ... one of the fibers is really derived from an adjoining nerve cell and is passing to end in a ramification around the ganglion ...
*  Satellite glial cell
HESS A (December 1955). "The fine structure of young and old spinal ganglia". Anat. Rec. 123 (4): 399-423. doi:10.1002/ar. ... The SGCs of sympathetic ganglia follow the same basic structure as the SGCs of sensory ganglia, except that sympathetic ganglia ... Pannese E (July 1964). "Number And Structure Of Perisomatic Satellite Cells Of Spinal Ganglia Under Normal Conditions Or During ... Ten Tusscher MP; Klooster J; Vrensen GF (June 1989). "Satellite cells as blood-ganglion cell barrier in autonomic ganglia". ...
*  Neurogenomics
... spinal ganglia) that are responsible for cognition, perception, and regulation of motor functions. Neurons in these centralized ...
*  Dorsal root ganglion
A dorsal root ganglion (or spinal ganglion) (also known as a posterior root ganglion), is a cluster of nerve cell bodies (a ... The dorsal root ganglia develop in the embryo from neural crest cells, not neural tube. Hence, the spinal ganglia can be ... ganglion) in a dorsal root of a spinal nerve. The dorsal root ganglia contain the cell bodies of sensory neurons (afferent). ... Anterior root of spinal nerve Knee jerk Kandel ER, Schwartz JH, Jessell TM. Principles of Neural Science, 4th ed., p.431-433. ...
*  Alfred Wilhelm Volkmann
... he demonstrated that sympathetic nerves were largely made up of medullated fibres arising from sympathetic and spinal ganglia. ...
*  Thomas Laycock (physiologist)
Laycock disagreed with Unzer's centralization in the spinal root ganglia; Laycock stated: "The brain, although the organ of ... While Hall believed that the reflex arc was mediated by the spinal cord, separate from the cerebrum, Laycock argued that the ... Unzer centralized the nervous system in the spinal cord, such that reflexes could occur even without a functional brain, which ... consciousness, was subject to the laws of reflex action and in this respect it did not differ from other ganglia of the nervous ...
*  Electrical conduction system of the heart
... by rapid growth of a second order sympathetic adrenergic system arising from the formation of the thoracic spinal ganglia. The ... nervous system guided by integrated brainstem control from the vagus nerve and the thoracic spinal accessory ganglia. An ...
*  Cranial nerves
The sensory ganglia are directly correspondent to dorsal root ganglia of spinal nerves and are known as cranial sensory ganglia ... Spinal nerves emerge sequentially from the spinal cord with the spinal nerve closest to the head (C1) emerging in the space ... Sensory ganglia exist for nerves with sensory function: V, VII, VIII, IX, X. There are also parasympathetic ganglia, which are ... inferior ganglion of vagus nerve (nodose ganglion) is located below the jugular foramen and contains the cell bodies of the ...
*  Sacral anterior root stimulator
This device is implanted over the sacral anterior root ganglia of the spinal cord; controlled by an external transmitter, it ... A sacral anterior root stimulator is an implantable medical device enabling patients with a spinal cord lesion to empty their ...
*  Neuroprosthetics
This device is implanted over the sacral anterior root ganglia of the spinal cord; controlled by an external transmitter, it ... The SCS (Spinal Cord Stimulator) device has two main components: an electrode and a generator. The technical goal of SCS for ... Where a spinal cord lesion leads to paraplegia, patients have difficulty emptying their bladders and this can cause infection. ... The most easily recruited by a dorsal midline electrode, close to the pial surface of spinal cord, are the large dorsal column ...
*  LARP1
Mouse Larp1 is expressed in dorsal root ganglia and spinal cord, as well as in developing organs characterized by epithelial- ...
*  Cardiac function curve
... inflow within the myocardium is probably best described by influence of the vagus nerve and spinal accessory ganglia. ...
*  Dermatome (anatomy)
A dermatome is an area of skin supplied by sensory neurons that arise from a spinal nerve ganglion. Symptoms that follow a ... A dermatome is an area of skin that is mainly supplied by a single spinal nerve. There are 8 cervical nerves (C1 being an ... Along the thorax and abdomen the dermatomes are like a stack of discs forming a human, each supplied by a different spinal ... Following is a list of spinal nerves and points that are characteristically belonging to the dermatome of each nerve: C2 - At ...
*  Sensory neuron
The cell bodies of the sensory neurons are located in the dorsal ganglia of the spinal cord. This sensory information travels ... Information from the sensory neurons below the head enters the spinal cord and passes towards the brain through the 31 spinal ... and the ganglion cell. The first action potential occurs in the retinal ganglion cell. This pathway is the most direct way for ... Retinal ganglion cells are involved in the sympathetic response. Of the ~1.3 million ganglion cells present in the retina, 1-2 ...
*  General somatic afferent fibers
... afferent fibers arise from cells in the spinal ganglia and are found in all the spinal nerves, except occasionally the first ... touch and temperature from the surface of the body through the dorsal roots to the spinal cord and impulses of muscle sense, ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A08)
... stellate ganglion MeSH A08.340.315.350.850 --- superior cervical ganglion MeSH A08.340.390.340 --- ganglia, spinal MeSH A08.340 ... ganglia, spinal MeSH A08.800.350.380 --- geniculate ganglion MeSH A08.800.350.550 --- nodose ganglion MeSH A08.800.350.800 --- ... spinal nerve roots MeSH A08.800.800.720.725.150 --- cauda equina MeSH A08.800.800.720.725.350 --- ganglia, spinal MeSH A08.800. ... geniculate ganglion MeSH A08.340.390.550 --- nodose ganglion MeSH A08.340.390.800 --- spiral ganglion MeSH A08.340.390.850 --- ...
*  Specified risk material
... spinal cord, distal ileum (a part of the small intestine), and the dorsal root ganglia (nerves attached to the spinal cord and ... Under the new regulations (69 FR 1862, January 12, 2004), SRMs are: the brain, skull, eyes, trigeminal ganglia, spinal cord, ... The dorsal root ganglia must be removed during the deboning process and in animals older than 30 months, the vertebral column ( ... These can include brains, eyes, spinal cord, and other organs; the exact definition varies by jurisdiction. ...
*  Adie syndrome
This second set of symptoms is caused by damage to the dorsal root ganglia of the spinal cord. Clinical exam may reveal ... Ross' syndrome Ciliary ganglion National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. "Holmes-Adie syndrome Information Page ... to be the result of a viral or bacterial infection that causes inflammation and damage to neurons in the ciliary ganglion, ...
*  Zona incerta
The zona incerta has connections to the cerebral cortex, diencephalon, basal ganglia, brainstem and spinal cord. Cerebral ... Spinal cord Zona incerta afferents terminate within the spinal cord gray matter, particularly the anterior horn, while spinal ... Basal ganglia Zona incerta is connected in the basal ganglia to the substantia nigra (both pars compacta and pars reticulata) ... Some of these projections appear in register; the representation of the same body part in cortex and spinal cord connect to the ...
*  Neurological examination
If subcortical, clarifying whether it is white matter, basal ganglia, brainstem, or spinal cord. If the process involves the ... abnormal sensation in one dermatome due to compression of a specific spinal nerve by a tumor deposit). General principles ...
*  TENM3
At E12.5, Ten-m3 is higher in the midbrain compared to the caudal diencephalon and the spinal cord. It is also co-expressed ... Ten-m3 facilitates the retinotopic mapping of ipsilateral axons from the ventrotemporal retinal ganglion cells, which encode ...
*  Nervous system
The spinal cord contains a series of segmental ganglia, each giving rise to motor and sensory nerves that innervate a portion ... and consists of the brain and the spinal cord. The spinal canal contains the spinal cord, while the cranial cavity contains the ... The cell bodies of somatic sensory neurons lie in dorsal root ganglia of the spinal cord. The visceral part, also known as the ... Typically, each body segment has one ganglion on each side, though some ganglia are fused to form the brain and other large ...