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Abdominal muscles (anatomy)

ABDOMINAL MUSCLES ANATOMY Four distinct pairs of abdominal muscles create the flat anterolateral abdominal wall. These muscles resemble sheets of muscle tissue, flat and in some cases even straight during contraction. The external abdominal oblique, the internal abdominal oblique, transversus abdominis, and the rectus abdominis are the muscles which create the more...

Alveoli (anatomy)

ALVEOLI ANATOMY Along the length of the alveoli ducts there are small pouches known as pulmonary alveoli. Pulmonary alveoli gather in clusters and are encased in sacs referred to as alveolar sacs. The respiratory section of the lungs is comprised of the alveoli sacs, the alveolar ducts, and the pulmonary alveoli. more...

Cholinergic stimulation (anatomy)

CHOLINERGIC STIMULATION ANATOMY Cholinergic stimulation is brought about by somatic motor neurons, postganglionic parasympathetic neurons, and all of the preganglionic autonomic neurons. They all use acetylcholine in order to transmit their cholinergic stimulation. Preganglionic autonomic neurons and somatic motor neurons only put out and transmit excitatory impulses. Most of the time more...

Dual innervation (anatomy)

DUAL INNERVATION ANATOMY A variety of organs throughout the human body are designed with both sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation. The result of this dual innervation process is likely to result in either cohesive unification, an incohesive antagonistic response, or an unilateral cooperative response. ANTAGONISTIC EFFECTS The most glaringly obvious antagonistic response to more...

Eyelids and eyelashes (anatomy)

EYELIDS AND EYELASHES ANATOMY The eyelids are also known as the palpebrae, and are formed by the reinforced folds of skin that are attached to the slight skeletal muscles which permit movement. The orbicularis oculi muscle assists in the control of the eyelids, and it receives additional assistance from the levator more...