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af·fer·ent(af'ĕr-ĕnt), Do not confuse this word with efferent. Avoid the mispronunciation ā'fe-rent, sometimes adopted to emphasize the contrast with efferent.
Inflowing; conducting toward a center, denoting certain arteries, veins, lymphatics, and nerves. Opposite of efferent.
[L. afferens, fr. af-fero, to bring to]
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esodic(e-sod'ik) [Gr. es, toward, + hodos, way]
Pert. to sensory nerves conducting impulses toward the brain and spinal cord. Synonym: afferent; centripetal
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