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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Thayer JF, Lane RD (2009) Claude Bernard and the heart-brain connection: Further elaboration of a model of neurovisceral integration.
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a) narrative and neuromuscular argument disease for broader considerations of disability Meldrum, Tsao, Research: Secondary Persons and Zeltzer grounded theory finding with (2009) from individual headaches, interviews functional neurovisceral pain disorder, myofascial pain, chronic regional pain syndrome, or fibromyalgia Norman et al.
Variegate Porphyria presents with prominent neurovisceral symptoms, urinary ALA and Porphobilinogen are increased and fluorescence emission of porphyrins here occurs at neutral pH, rather than acidic pH used in detection of congenital erythropoietic porphyria.
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