neuromuscular system

neu·ro·mus·cu·lar sys·tem

the muscles of the body collectively and the nerves supplying them.
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This can be a disadvantage when it comes to vitamin D - which can affect regulation of the immune system, the neuromuscular system, the life cycle of human cells and calcium for bones.
Neuroelectrophysiological tests are tools that are used to further explore the neuromuscular system.
This obvious discrepancy one again is due to the fact that the scope was only to rule out lesions of peripheral neuromuscular system as causes of hypotonia while these international studies employed all available diagnostic tests and they also diagnosed patients with disorders of central nervous system, and various genetic and musculoskeletal disorders.
By retraining the neuromuscular system and stretching in a certain way the body feels more flexible and it can do more work for you.
8) In the SNB neuromuscular system, sexual dimorphism in the spinal cord is organized through an androgen receptor-mediating mechanism.
The objective of introducing proprioceptive exercises in athletes' training is to provide a progressive stress of lower limbs muscles, which will close the kinetic chain and determine changes in their neuromuscular system, so as to achieve the elimination of shortcomings/ limitations caused by injury.
However, assuming that the inherent instability of a stable training platform requires major adaptations of the neuromuscular system (5) and that range of motion is related to the improvement of neural activities (9), it seems likely that modifying the proprioceptive system with an instability device should produce a positive influence on the range of motion of specific joints.
Wu said that the multiple micro-muscles can be assembled into a micro-robotic system that simulates an active neuromuscular system, asserting that the naturally combined functions of proximity sensing and torsional motion allow the device to remotely detect a target and respond by reconfiguring itself to a different shape.
They cover the history of the field, aspects of physical examination, the general properties of drugs and pharmacotherapy, and specific diseases and conditions related to endocrinology, the cardiovascular system, the respiratory system, oncology and immunology, the orthopedic and musculoskeletal systems, the neuromuscular system, and special populations (children, the elderly, and patients with depression).
Mutations in mitochondria cause a wide variety of diseases, such eye and neuromuscular system disorders and possible cancer.
For example, climbing teaches the body to work as one integrated unit, challenging the musculoskeletal structures as well as the neuromuscular system responsible for innervating movement.