sympathicus

sympathicus

(sĭm-păth′ĭ-kŭs)
The sympathetic nervous system.

sympathicus

the sympathetic nervous system.
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He explained, "To label another member of the shoal, I one day caught a minnow, severed its sympathicus nerve with a thin knife near the end of the tail, which causes a darkening of the skin caudal of the incision site, and set it free.
Amphetamines are known as a sympathomimetic drug stimulating the sympathicus in the brain and the spinal cord as part of the vegetative nervous system.
Meir writes carefully on dialogical thought and identity transfer by reason of different religiosity in present day society and retains his status as homo sympathicus.
It can be considered that the sympathicus in the mild hypertensive patients has a more pronounced circadian nature compared to normotensive individuals.
Probably in the sample in which there is a sympathetic component as well, the stimulation of the sympathicus is suppressed due to its blocking described above.
It can be claimed that the patients with MMI have a marked circadian characteristic of the sympathicus.