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bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks),
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

/baro·re·flex/ (bar´o-re″fleks) baroreceptor reflex.

baroreflex

(băr′ō-rē′flĕks′)
n.
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

A vasomotor reflex which originates in the baroreceptors and responds to distension of the walls of great vessels of the head and neck to the commissural, dorsolateral and medial portions of the solitary tract nucleus of the brain stem.

bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks)
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

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In this model, they observed that the impaired baroreceptor reflex and other critical functions normalized, as did blood pressure.
Prevention of the hyperdynamic cardiac contraction can trigger an abnormal baroreceptor reflex and block the efferent limb of the vagal response to counter the bradycardia and vasodepressor response.
Specifically, the first synapse of the baroreceptor reflex is located in the nucleus of the solitary tract (NTS) within the medulla oblongata (6).