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  1. Peripheral Nervous System I. Introduction A. Organization

  2. 1. Definition Figure 13.1

  3. 2. Parts a. Receptor b. Sensory nerve d. Motor nerve c. Ganglia (Processor) Figure 11.1

  4. II. Cranial Nerves A. Organization

  5. 1. Definitionor Origination Figure 13.5

  6. 2. Location or Conductance Figure 13.5

  7. III. Spinal Nerves A. Organization

  8. 1. Origination Figure 13.7

  9. 1. Origination Figure 13.7

  10. 2. Location Figure 13.6

  11. 3. Distribution a. Plexi b. Major Nerves

  12. 3. Distribution a. Plexi b. Major Nerves

  13. 3. Distribution a. Plexi b. Major Nerves

  14. 3. Distribution a. Plexi b. Major Nerves

  15. 4. Dermatomes Figure 13.12

  16. 5. Reflexes Figure 13.14

  17. a. Golgi Tendon Organ Figure 13.16

  18. b. Stretch Reflex Figure 13.17

  19. c. Withdraw Reflex Figure 13.19

  20. d. Crossed Extensor Reflex Figure 13.19

  21. IV. Autonomic Nerves A. Organization

  22. 1. Comparison& General Characteristics Figure 14.2

  23. B. Divisions

  24. 1. Parasympathetic a. Outflow Figure 14.4

  25. 1. Parasympathetic b. Effects

  26. 1. Parasympathetic c. NT’s

  27. 1. Parasympathetic c. Receptors

  28. 2. Sympathetic a. Outflow Figure 14.6 Figure 14.5

  29. 2. Sympathetic a. & Pathways Figure 14.5

  30. 2. Sympathetic a. & Pathways Figure 14.5

  31. 2. Sympathetic b. Effects

  32. 2. Sympathetic c. NT’s

  33. 2. Sympathetic c. Receptors

  34. C. Controls

  35. 1. CNS Figure 14.9

  36. IV. Problems A. Spinal Nerve Compression B. Neuropathy

  37. Good things happen to those that persevere.