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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...
MENINGES ANATOMY Meninges are the protective layer that covers the entire central nervous system. The meninges comes in three basic forms, the dura matter, the pia matter, and the arachnoid. While the entire central nercous system is protected by boney structures, namely the cranium and the spinal column, the meninges provide more...