fusimotor

fusimotor

 [fu″sĭ-mo´ter]
denoting motor nerve fibers (of gamma motoneurons) that innervate intrafusal fibers of the muscle spindle.

fu·si·mo·tor

(fyū'si-mō'tŏr),
Pertaining to the efferent innervation of intrafusal muscle fibers by gamma motor neurons.
See also: neuromuscular spindle.
[L. fusus, spindle, + moveo, to move]

fusimotor

/fu·si·mo·tor/ (fu″sĭ-mōt´er) innervating intrafusal fibers of the muscle spindle; said of motor nerve fibers of gamma motoneurons.

fusimotor

[fyo̅o̅′zimō′tər]
Etymology: L, fusus + motare, to move about
pertaining to the motor nerve fibers, or gamma efferent fibers, that innervate the intrafusal fibers of the muscle spindle.

fu·si·mo·tor

(fyū'si-mō'tŏr)
Pertaining to the efferent innervation of intrafusal muscle fibers by gamma motor neurons.
See also: neuromuscular spindle
[L. fusus, spindle, + moveo, to move]

fusimotor

denoting motor nerve fibers (of gamma motoneurons) that innervate intrafusal fibers of the muscle spindle.
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The effects of brushing and icing are to increase fusimotor activity so making the neuromuscle spindle more responsive to stretch stimuli when these are applied secondarily.
A slight increase in spindle fusimotor drive, along with increased skeletomotor drive, has been observed during visually-guided manual tracking tasks which required increased precision (46).
In addition, plausible investigation of proprioception should measure the degree of correlation between intensity of fusimotor activity and ensembles of afferents.
It is also possible that given the functional role proposed for the fusimotor system in providing spindle endings with a background discharge so they can initiate appropriate reflex correction (Burke et al 1978), that a preexisting central and/or peripheral muscle spindle or neural deficit might impair movement sensibility and reflex response mechanisms, or produce movement incoordination (Ernfors et al 1994), regardless of any ankle injury.