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Anatomy Chapter 17 study guide answers

Anatomy Chapter 17 study guide answers - 13 Visceral nerves...

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Parasympathetic Division Preganglionic axons leave brain stem via: 1. Oculomotor a. III b. Ciliary ganglion c. Constriction of iris d. Horner’s Syndrome (constricted pupils, decreased sweating, vasodilation, partial ptosis) 2. Facial a. VII b. Submandibular c. Pterygopalatine ganglia d. Salivary gland e. Lacrimal gland f. Nasal gland 3. Glossopharyngeal a. IX b. Otic ganglion c. Salivary gland 4. Vagus a. X b. Walls of organs i. Heart ii. Lungs iii. Stomach iv. Small intestine v. Part of large intestine Sympathetic Nervous system 1. Thoracolumbar system 2. T1-L2 3. S a. Stimulate tissue metabolism b. Increase alertness c. Prepare body to deal with emergencies 4. Adrenal glands 5. Medulla 6. 14 pairs 7. Sympathetic preganglionic fibers 8. Sympathetic trunk/chain 9. 31 pairs 10. Sympathetic postganglionic fibers 11. Skin 12. Sweat glands Erector pili muscle Blood vessels
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Unformatted text preview: 13. Visceral nerves Parasympathetic Nervous System 1. Craniosacral system 2. S2-S4 3. 3,7,9,7,10 4. Conserve energy and promote sedentary activities 5. Pupil constriction, digestive gland secretion, hormone secretion for nutrient absorption, increased digestive tract activity, defecation activities, urination activities, reduced heart rate, respiratory passage constriction, sexual arousal 6. Gastrointestinal tract Kidneys Bladder 7. Lesions along the sympathetic pathway 8. Pupil constriction Decreased sweating Vasodilation (pink face) Partial ptosis (closed) 9. Acetylcholine 10. Acetylcholine 11. Norepinephrine/epinephrine 12. Norepinephrine/epinephrine 13. Because they act like postganglionic neurons 14....
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