secretomotor


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secretomotor

 [se-kre″to-mo´tor]
stimulating secretion; said of nerves.

se·cre·to·mo·tor

, secretomotory (se-krē'tō-mō'tŏr, -mō'ter-ē),
Stimulating secretion.
[secrete + motor, mover]

secretomotor

/se·cre·to·mo·tor/ (-mo´tor) stimulating secretion; said of nerves.

se·cre·to·mo·tor

, secretomotory (sĕ-krē'tō-mō'tŏr, -ē)
Stimulating secretion.
[secrete + motor, mover]

secretomotor

autonomic stimulation of a gland

se·cre·to·mo·tor

, secretomotory (sĕ-krē'tō-mō'tŏr, -ē)
Stimulating secretion.
[secrete + motor, mover]

secretomotor

stimulating secretion; said of nerves.
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The chorda tympani is a mixed sensory and secretomotor branch of the facial nerve.
Antisialagogues are frequently used alone or in combination with other forms of therapy; these anticholinergic drugs act on the cholinergic, parasympathetic, secretomotor neurons of the gland and cause a temporary reduction in salivary output.
That tumor might have arisen from any of the lower four cranial nerves where they pass through the skull base, from the auriculotemporal nerve, or from the otic ganglion (which acts as a relay station for parasympathetic secretomotor fibers to the parotid gland).
We hypothesize that if the superficial lobe is preserved, there is less likelihood of gustatory sweating because of the interposition of tissue between the skin and the cut ends of the secretomotor fibers.