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ANAT UNIT 1 FINAL

SUPERFICIAL BACK (FUNCTIONAL DIVISIONS OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM AND SPINAL NERVES)

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What are the 2 structural divisions of the nervous system? CNS (Central Nervous System) & PNS (Peripheral Nervous System)
The part of the nervous system involved with structures of the limbs and body wall SOMATIC
The part of the nervous system involved with the visceral organs VISCERAL
The 2 components of the nervous system that bring information to the CNS AFFERENT & SENSORY
The 2 components of the nervous system that transmit information from the CNS EFFERENT & MOTOR
These fibers provide motor innervation to skeletal muscles of the body wall and limbs. GSE (General Somatic Efferent)
These fibers provide sensory information from the body wall and limbs such as pain, temperature, touch, vibration, and proprioception. GSA (General Somatic Afferent)
These fibers provide motor innervation to the smooth muscle, cardiac muscle, and glands. GVE (General Visceral Efferent)
GVE fibers are also referred to as the ___. ANS (Autonomic Nervous System)
The ANS is divided into these two classifications: SYMPATHETIC AND PARASYMPATHETIC
These fibers provide sensory information from the viscera such as pain or distension. GVA (General Visceral Afferent)
These nerves come off segmentally from the spinal cord in a paired manner (right and left). SPINAL NERVES
Each left and right spinal nerve divides again into ___ and ___ rami. DORSAL/POSTERIOR & VENTRAL/ANTERIOR
Created by: AnatomyByDocRoxy