neurovisceral

neurosplanchnic

 [noor″o-splangk´nik]
pertaining to the cerebrospinal and sympathetic nervous systems.

neu·ro·vis·cer·al

(nū'rō-vis'ĕr-ăl),
Referring to the innervation of the internal organs by the autonomic (visceral motor) nervous system.
[neuro- + L. viscera, the internal organs]

neurovisceral

/neu·ro·vis·cer·al/ (-vis´er'l) neurosplanchnic.

neu·ro·vis·cer·al

(nūr'ō-vis'ĕr-ăl)
Referring to the innervation of the internal organs by the autonomic nervous system.
Synonym(s): neurosplanchnic.
[neuro- + L. viscera, the internal organs]

neurovisceral

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A model of neurovisceral integration in emotion regulation and deregulation, Journal of Affective Disorders, 61: 201-216.
Acute intermittent porphyria (AIP), the most common porphyria affecting the nervous system, typically presents with neurovisceral crises followed by a motor neuropathy.
Partial deficiency of HMBS can lead to episodic life-threatening neurovisceral attacks of acute porphyria, which are often provoked by drugs, alcohol, or hormonal factors (1).
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Acute hepatic porphyrias: The porphyrias are a group of disorders of the heme biosynthesis pathway that present with acute neurovisceral symptoms, skin lesions or both.
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Indeed, the neurovisceral integration model (Thayer & Lane 2000) posits that as central autonomic network activity increases, HRV increases.
Chang, a gastroenterologist with the Center for Neurovisceral Sciences and Women's Health at the University of California, Los Angeles' division of digestive diseases, discussed the theoretical basis and the available research data supporting the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) for treating irritable bowel syndrome.
Chang, a gastroenterologist with the Center for Neurovisceral Sciences and Women's Health at the University of California, Los Angeles' division of digestive diseases, discussed the theoretical basis and the available data supporting the use of SSRIs and tricyclic antidepressants (TCAs) for treating irritable bowel syndrome.
The program features an interview with Emeran Mayer, MD, director of UCLA Center for Neurovisceral Sciences and Women's Health.
Neurovisceral porphyrias: What a hematologist needs to know.
Patients with AIP may be vulnerable to acute neurovisceral attacks if exposed to certain drugs, including some drugs used in dental practice.