visceromotor


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Related to visceromotor: visceromotor reflex

visceromotor

 [vis″er-o-mo´tor]
concerned in the essential movements of the viscera.

vis·cer·o·mo·tor

(vis'ĕr-ō-mō'tŏr),
1. Relating to or controlling movement in the viscera; denoting the autonomic nerves innervating the viscera, especially the intestines.
2. Denoting a movement having a relation to the viscera; referring to reflex muscular contractions of the abdominal wall in cases of visceral disease.
Synonym(s): viscerimotor

visceromotor

(vĭs′ər-ə-mō′tər)
adj.
Producing or related to movements of the viscera.

vis·cer·o·mo·tor

, viscerimotor (vis'ĕr-ō-mō'tŏr, vis'ĕr-i-)
1. Relating to or controlling movement in the viscera; denoting the autonomic nerves innervating the viscera, especially the intestines.
2. Denoting a movement having a relation to the viscera; referring to reflex muscular contractions of the abdominal wall in cases of visceral disease.

vis·cer·o·mo·tor

, viscerimotor (vis'ĕr-ō-mō'tŏr, visĕr-i-)
Relating to or controlling visceral movement; denoting autonomic nerves innervating viscera, especially intestines.
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Gastric distension-induced visceromotor response is a special FD model which replicates visceral hyperalgesia for FD.
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The visceromotor responses to colorectal balloon distension (CRD) were measured by abdominal withdrawal reflex (AWR) and electromyographic (EMG) activities.
Recent studies have demonstrated neonatal maternal separation (NMS), a form of early life stress, exaggerates the visceromotor responses to colorectal distension in rats, and visceral hyperalgesia in maternal separated rats is related to the enhanced neurochemical responsiveness centrally and peripherally to stimuli, such as serotonin (5-HT) signaling and c-fos expression in colon, spinal cord and thalamo-cortico-amydala pathway (Ren et al.
Abdominal withdrawal reflex (AWR) and electromyographic (EMG) activities were used to examine the visceromotor responses to colorectal distension (CRD).
chinensis could reverse the exaggerated visceromotor responses to CRD in NMS rats.
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Consciously directing attention to one's internal state actively unifies the activity of the attending mind and brain with ongoing visceromotor sensations from the body.
The dorsal motor nucleus adds visceromotor fibers to the nerve.
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