The Ciba Collection of Medical Illustrations: Nervous system. pt. 1. Anatomy and physiology. [c1983, c1986]. pt. 2. Neurologic and neuromuscular disorders. [c1986
The information is divided as follows: anatomy of the mouth and pharynx; diseases of the mouth and pharynx; anatomy of the esophagus; anatomy of the stomach and duodenum; diseases of the stomach and duodenum; and functional and diagnostic aspects of the upper digestive tract.
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Ligaments of the Sacrum and Coccyx
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activity afferent anterior aortic plexus appear arise artery associated autonomic become blood body brain branches called cardiac carotid celiac cells cent central cerebral cervical changes CIBA complete components connections consists continuous cortex cranial nerves direct dorsal dura enter extends fibers foramen frequently frontal function ganglia ganglion gyrus head hormone hypothalamus impulses increase inferior innervation internal intracranial pressure involved join lateral lesions ligament lobe located lower lumbar mainly medial meningeal middle motor muscles nerve fibers nervous neurons nucleus occipital occur olfactory optic organs parasympathetic patients pelvic Plate plexus portion posterior preganglionic pressure produce rami reach receives reflex region relation result roots sacral segments sensory side signs sinus skull space spinal cord spinal nerves SPLANCHNIC structures superior supply surface sympathetic sympathetic trunk symptoms thalamus third thoracic tion tract transverse tumors upper usually vagus veins ventricle vertebrae vessels xanthochromic