ANAT 2646 Autonomic Nervous System

ANAT 2646 Autonomic Nervous System - Rectum Bladder...

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Parasympathetic Nervous System Cranial oculomotor - ciliary ganglia facial- pterygopalatine ganglia submandibular ganglia glossopharyngeal - otic ganglia vagus - ganglia by the heart and lungs Sacral (conus medullaris)
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Parasympathetic Nervous System Preganglionic nuclei Nerve Postganglionic Neurons Innervates Edinger-Westphal Oculomotor Ciliary Ciliary muscle Constrictor pupillae Superior Salivatory Facial Pterygopalatine Submandibular Lacrimal gland Nasal and oral mucosa Submandibular gland Sublingual gland Inferior Salivatory Glossopharyngeal Otic Parotid gland Dorsal Motor (Vagus) Vagus Terminal ganglia of organs Respiratory system Digestive system Heart Liver Kidney Sacral Intermediolateral Cell Column Pelvic splanchnic Terminal ganglia of organs Descending colon Sigmoid colon
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Unformatted text preview: Rectum Bladder External genitalia Sympathetic Nervous System Thoracolumbar synapse in nearest ganglia ascend to cervical ganglia descend to lumbar or sacral ganglia pass through to prevertebral ganglia as splanchnic nerves Adrenal Gland Transmitters Preganglionic Cholinergic (Ach) - Nicotinic Postganglionic Sympathetic Noradrenergic Parasympathetic Cholinergic - Muscarinic Other Transmitters Dopamine Sympathetic (inhibitory) Vasoactive Intestinal Protein (VIP) Co-transmitter with Ach Nitric Oxide (NO) Parasympathetic Pain Afferents Pure Visceral Referred Visceral Viscerosomatic pain in muscle overlying inflammation...
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