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*  Claude Bernard
A third research resulted in the discovery of the vasomotor system. In 1851, while examining the effects produced in the ... In this way he established the existence of vasomotor nerves, both vasodilator and vasoconstrictor. Milieu intérieur is the key ...
*  Signs and symptoms of Graves' disease
It is probably the result of the combination of increased activity, an exposed part, and a hyperirritable vasomotor system. ... It primarily affects the skeleton and the cardiovascular system (abnormalities in other systems have also been reported), in a ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Gleicher N (December 2010). "Does the immune system induce labor? Lessons from ... Also, hypersensitivity of the central nervous system to low-grade hyperthyroidism can result in an anxiety disorder before ...
*  Medulla oblongata
Cardiovascular center - sympathetic, parasympathetic nervous system Vasomotor center - baroreceptors Reflex centers of vomiting ... The pyramids house the pyramidal tracts-the corticospinal and the corticobulbar tracts of the nervous system. At the caudal ... The medulla contains the cardiac, respiratory, vomiting and vasomotor centers and therefore deals with the autonomic functions ... and is responsible for several functions of the autonomous nervous system which include: The control of ventilation via signals ...
*  Vida Latham
... the vasomotor system of teeth, and neoplasms of the tooth pulp. She spent her career advocating for a more rigorous dentistry ...
*  List of MeSH codes (A08)
... vasomotor system MeSH A08.800.050.800.900.700 --- pressoreceptors MeSH A08.800.350.340 --- ganglia, spinal MeSH A08.800.350.380 ... enteric nervous system MeSH A08.800.050.150.500 --- myenteric plexus MeSH A08.800.050.150.750 --- submucous plexus MeSH A08.800 ... limbic system MeSH A08.186.211.577.090 --- amygdala MeSH A08.186.211.577.200 --- epithalamus MeSH A08.186.211.577.200.360 --- ... hypothalamo-hypophyseal system MeSH A08.186.211.730.385.357.352.435.249 --- median eminence MeSH A08.186.211.730.385.357. ...
*  VMC
... an algorithm for approximating the ground state of a quantum system Vasomotor center, a portion of the medulla oblongata that ...
*  Evan Buchanan Baxter
... contributed a remarkable article to the British and Foreign Medico-Chirurgical Review in 1877 on the vaso-motor nervous system ...
*  Franz Riegel
Riegel's research involved studies of the respiratory system, vasomotor influences, the effects of substances such as caffeine ...
*  Alpha blocker
... scientists began characterizing arterial blood pressure and central vasomotor control in the autonomic nervous system. Today, ... Alpha blockers work by blocking the effect of nerves in the sympathetic nervous system. This is done by binding to the alpha ... There are some alpha blockers that can give rise to changes in the cardiovascular system, such as the induction of reflex ... The excess release of these catecholamines increases central nervous system stimulation, thus causing blood vessels to increase ...
*  Testosterone and the cardiovascular system
"Effects of testosterone on coronary vasomotor regulation in men with coronary heart disease". Circulation. 100 (16): 1690-6. ... Vigna, GB; Bergami, E (2005). "Testosterone replacement, cardiovascular system and risk factors in the aging male". Journal of ... "Testosterone and the Cardiovascular System: A Comprehensive Review of the Clinical Literature". Journal of the American Heart ...
*  Nucleus ambiguus
... through integrated and antagonistic system with sympathetic outflow from the vasomotor center of the brainstem, the ... The pathophysiologic relevance of this system, which may act in concert with the cardioinhibitory system, is poorly understood ... The external formation of the nucleus ambiguus also sends bronchoconstrictor fibers to the bronchopulmonary system, which can ... the primary means being changes in sympathetic nervous system activity, which constricts arterioles and makes the heart pump ...
*  Vasomotor center
Upon increase in carbon dioxide level at central chemoreceptors, it stimulates the sympathetic system to constrict vessels. ... Vasomotor center is a fairly archaic term since this function relies not on a single brain structure ("center") but rather ... The vasomotor center (VMC) is a portion of the medulla oblongata that, together with the cardiovascular center and respiratory ... Cranial nerves IX (Glossopharyngeal nerve) and X Vagus nerve both feed into the vasomotor centre and are themselves involved in ...
*  Autonomic nervous system
Autonomic functions include control of respiration, cardiac regulation (the cardiac control center), vasomotor activity (the ... The enteric nervous system is the intrinsic nervous system of the gastrointestinal system. It has been described as "the Second ... The autonomic nervous system (ANS), formerly the vegetative nervous system, is a division of the peripheral nervous system that ... The sympathetic nervous system is often considered the "fight or flight" system, while the parasympathetic nervous system is ...
*  Richard Luchsinger
... central lesions of the nervous system, laryngeal trauma, cordectomy, joint disorders, alaryngeal voice, vasomotor effects on ...
*  Godfrey Edward Arnold
... central lesions of the nervous system, laryngeal trauma, cordectomy, joint disorders, alaryngeal voice, vasomotor effects on ...
*  Complex regional pain syndrome
... swelling in the central nervous system), nociceptive sensitisation (which causes extreme sensitivity or allodynia), vasomotor ... It is proposed that inflammation and alteration of pain perception in the central nervous system play important roles. It has ... In contrast to previous thoughts reflected in the name RSD, it appears that there is reduced Sympathetic Nervous System outflow ... In addition, NINDS-supported scientists are studying how signals of the sympathetic nervous system cause pain in CRPS patients ...
*  ICD-10 Chapter X: Diseases of the respiratory system
Vasomotor and allergic rhinitis (J30.0) Vasomotor rhinitis (J30.1) Allergic rhinitis due to pollen Allergy NOS due to pollen ... Diseases of the respiratory system. (J00) Acute nasopharyngitis (common cold) (J01) Acute sinusitis (J02) Acute pharyngitis ( ... diseases of the resιpiratory system WHO , International Classification of Diseases (ICD). ...
*  Micro-g environment
Play media Next to the skeletal and muscular system, the cardiovascular system is less strained in weightlessness than on Earth ... More chronic orthostatic intolerance can result in additional symptoms such as nausea, sleep problems, and other vasomotor ... Narici, M. V.; Boer, M. D. de (2011-03-01). "Disuse of the musculo-skeletal system in space and on earth". European Journal of ... SMS is most commonly thought to be a disorder of the vestibular system that occurs when sensory information from the visual ...
*  Cannon-Bard theory
Removal of this system resulted in the abolishment of all the reactions under control of the vasomotor center, the region that ... The sympathetic nervous system functions as a single unit. Visceral changes brought on/caused by sympathetic nervous system ... To do so, Cannon experimented with severing afferent nerves of the sympathetic branch of the autonomic nervous system in cats. ... Cannon identified and outlined five issues with the James-Lange theory's notion of the vasomotor center as the explanation of ...
*  Baroreflex
The system relies on specialized neurons, known as baroreceptors, in the aortic arch, carotid sinuses, and elsewhere to monitor ... Increased activation of the solitary nucleus inhibits the vasomotor center and stimulates the vagal nuclei. The end-result of ... Cardiovascular targets of the sympathetic nervous system includes both blood vessels and the heart. Even at resting levels of ... Autonomic nervous system Baroreceptor Blood pressure Heart rate turbulence Reflex bradycardia Valsalva Maneuver Scheffers. ...
*  Richard Cassirer
Cassirer specialized on the anatomy of the central nervous system, and made contributions in his research of multiple sclerosis ... 1912 he first described a circulatory disease marked by an association of ovarian insufficiency and acrocyanosis with vasomotor ... and disturbances of sensitivity caused by dysregulation of the vegetative nervous system which has been given the eponymic name ...
*  Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy
Adverse effects can also occur in the urinary, central or peripheral nervous system or bones and muscles. A review of clinical ... 6 (5). McBane, SE (2008). "Easing vasomotor symptoms: Besides HRT, what works?". Journal of the American Academy of Physicians ... The editors suggested that progesterone may have neutral-to-positive effects on the cardiovascular system, and induce apoptosis ... Whelan, A. M.; Jurgens, T. M.; Trinacty, M. (2012). "Bioidentical Progesterone Cream for Menopause-Related Vasomotor Symptoms: ...
*  Rhinoplasty
D. Lymphatic system of the nose The pertinent nasal lymphatic system arises from the superficial mucosa, and drains posteriorly ... Allergic and vasomotor rhinitis - inflammations of the mucous membrane of the nose caused by an allergen, and caused by ... The GSP nerve joins the deep petrosal nerve (of the sympathetic nervous system), derived from the carotid plexus, to form the ... Autoimmune system diseases Bites - animal and human Burns - caused by chemicals, electricity, friction, heat, light, and ...
*  Transcranial Doppler
While, the vessels of the ganglionic system are terminal vessels, the vessels of the cortical arterial system are not so ... Psychophysiologic stimulation induced vasomotor activity at each terminal site sets up a standing sinusoidal wave oscillation, ... Each basal cerebral artery of the circle of Willis gives origin to two different systems of secondary vessels. The shorter of ... Each distal arm of the MCA vascular system could be separated into "near" and "far" distal reflection sites for the cortical ...
*  History of catecholamine research
A. M. Lands; A. Arnold; J. P. McAuliff; F. P. Luduena; T. G. Brown (1967). "Differentiation of receptor systems activated by ... Its uneven distribution, not reflecting the distribution of vasomotor nerves, and its persistence after removal of the superior ... ISBN 0-387-05517-7. H. H. Dale (1934). "Nomenclature of fibres in the autonomic system and their effectsle". The Journal of ... A. Dahlström; K. Fuxe (1964). "Evidence for the existence of monoamine neurons in the central nervous system. I. Demonstration ...