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Figures title:24210 Anatomy and Physiology I module 6 discussionPNS (peripheral nervous system)Purpose:The (PNS) is the division of the sensory system containing every one of the nerves thatlie outside of the focal sensory system (CNS) that interface the CNS to the organs, appendages,and skin(Toward Advanced Neural Interfaces for the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS) andTheir Future Applications - ScienceDirect, n.d.)Function:The peripheral sensory system comprises nerve cells out of the mind and spinal rope. ThePNS follows the orders of CNS. They send data from and to the CNS from the bodyparts(Toxicologic Pathology of the Peripheral Nervous System (PNS): Overview, Challenges,and Current Practices - Ingrid D. Pardo, Deepa B. Rao, Mark T. Butt, Bernard S. Jortner,William M. Valentine, Joseph Arezzo, Alok K. Sharma, Brad Bolon, 2018, n.d.)Structure:The peripheral sensory system comprises substantial and self-ruling sensorysystems(

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