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Introduction to the CNS

Introduction to the CNS

Introduction to the CNS. http://biosingularity.wordpress.com/2007/05/07/neurons-and-how-they-work-animation http://www.healthscout.com/animation/68/10/main.html. Neurotransmitters found in the CNS. It’s a balancing act!!.

By sherlock_clovis
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Davranış seçme işlevinde dopaminin etkisine ilişkin dinamik bir model

Davranış seçme işlevinde dopaminin etkisine ilişkin dinamik bir model

Davranış seçme işlevinde dopaminin etkisine ilişkin dinamik bir model. Özkan Karabacak Neslihan Serap Şengör İ.T.Ü. Elektrik-Elektronik Fakültesi Devreler ve Sistemler A.B.D. Davranış seçme işlevinde dopaminin etkisine ilişkin dinamik bir model. Dinamik model nedir?

By paul
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Presented by: Natasha Frett

Presented by: Natasha Frett

Nicotine prevents striatal dopamine loss produced by 6-hydroxydopamine lesion in the substantia nigra Gustavo Costa, J.A. Abin-Carriquiry, Federico Dajas (2001). Brain Research Interactive. 888; 336-342. Presented by: Natasha Frett. Objective.

By huslu
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Neurotransmitters

Neurotransmitters

Neurotransmitters. Monoamines as Neurotransmitters. Monoamine Neurotransmitters Monoamines are regulatory molecules derived from amino acids. CATECHOLAMINES : these are tyrosine derivatives: dopamine , norepinephrine, epinephrine . Bind to adrenergic receptors .

By trixie
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Subdivisions of Nervous System

Subdivisions of Nervous System

Subdivisions of Nervous System. Functions of the Nervous System. Sensory input – gathering information To monitor changes occurring inside and outside the body Changes = stimuli Integration To process and interpret sensory input and decide if action is needed Effect or Action

By nerys
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Central Nervous System

Central Nervous System

Central Nervous System. Most of the drugs that affect the central nervous system (CNS) act by altering some steps in the neurotransmission process. They may act presynaptically by influencing the production, storage, release, or termination of action of neurotransmitters.

By carter
(344 views)

Discussion Overview

Discussion Overview

Danielle M. Bronk , PhD, ABPdN Board Certified Pediatric Neuropsychologist Neurodevelopmental Health Services. The Perfect Storm: Addictive Behavior and the Developing Brain: Understanding Adolescent Vulnerability to Addiction and the Impact on Development. Discussion Overview.

By brighton
(1936 views)

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease. An Overview of Conventional and Experimental Treatments. Background . Parkinson’s disease is a disorder that affects nerve cells in the part of the brain controlling muscle movement Disease is progressive – signs/symptoms worsen over time

By neila
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Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease . Topics to be discussed. Definition Epidemiology Etiology Risk factor Types Signs and Symptoms Pathophysiology Staging Complications Diagnosis Pharmacotherapy. Definition.

By feivel
(599 views)

Drowning

Drowning

Drowning. David Slocum MD Albany Medical Center. Miracles. Matthew Granger 14 month old 20-40 minutes. Vocabulary. Drowning – death within 24 hours Near-drowning – survival past 24 hours. Who?. Usually young, healthy individuals. 2006 Drowning. U.S.A. – 5000 died

By zed
(308 views)

Case

Case

The Case of the Comatose Prisoner James Roberts, MD The Medical College of Pennsylvania/ Hahnemann University Drexel University School of Medicine Mercy Catholic Medical Center Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Case.

By dinos
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Chapter 14: Love and Relationships

Chapter 14: Love and Relationships

Chapter 14: Love and Relationships. For use with Human Sexuality Today (4 th Ed.) Bruce King Slides prepared by: Traci Craig. Chapter Overview. Theories of Love Attachment Theory Sternberg's Triangle Colors of Love Jealousy Relationship Maintenance. Romantic Love Friendship

By jered
(379 views)

Vasopressors and Inotropic Agents

Vasopressors and Inotropic Agents

Vasopressors and Inotropic Agents. UCI Internal Medicine Residency Mini-Lecture Series. Objectives . Understand the vasopressor and inotropic agent receptor physiology Understand appropriate clinical application of vasopressors and inotropic agents. Background .

By skyla
(778 views)

Gender Stratification

Gender Stratification

Gender Stratification. Males’ and females’ unequal access to power, prestige, and prosperity. Gender is a MASTER STATUS Labels carry images and expectations about how we should act. Guide our behavior and serve a basis of power and privilege.

By lysandra
(399 views)

Quitters never win and Winners never quit!

Quitters never win and Winners never quit!

Quitters never win and Winners never quit!. Get Up Get Going…. What’s your dream……. Enjoy life to the full With greater strength With better health With more activity. Excellence is inside you. The Dai Roberts Group Inc. . Goals are just dreams with dates attached ! .

By clea
(325 views)

EQ: What are the effects of different neurotransmitters?

EQ: What are the effects of different neurotransmitters?

EQ: What are the effects of different neurotransmitters?. Bell ringer. Write an analogy for a neuron/action potential EX: Fist (neuron), fingers (dendrites), and arm (axon). Mirror Neuron Video http:// www.pbs.org / wgbh /nova/body/mirror- neurons.html. What is a mirror neuron?

By ayasha
(117 views)

Dopamine

Dopamine

Dopamine. Landon Fry. Where is it produced?. Dopamine can be produced in many regions of the brain that include the substantia nigra and the ventral tegmental area. When does Dopamine become active?.

By lorne
(215 views)

Early goal directed therapy in the treatment of sepsis

Early goal directed therapy in the treatment of sepsis

Early goal directed therapy in the treatment of sepsis. Nouf Y.Akeel General surgery demonstrator Saudi board trainee R3 . Introduction Case presentation EGDT Review Summery . صلوا على الحبيب.

By bendek
(235 views)

Stimulants

Stimulants

Stimulants. What is Meth made of!?!?. Ephedrine (Cold Tablets) Pseudoephedrine (Cold Tablets) Acetone Alcohol (Isopropyl or Rubbing) Toluene (Brake Cleaner) Ether (Engine Starter) Sulfuric Acid (Drain Cleaner) Methanol/Alcohol (Gasoline Additives) Salt (Table/Rock)

By kamea
(100 views)

Movement Disorders

Movement Disorders

Movement Disorders. Dopamine Serotonin GABA Cholinergic. They can be missed…. Tics Tremor Gross limb movements Chorea, athetosis, ballismus Dystonias Myoclonus Focal epilepsy. Pre existing neurological impairment Wilson’s

By teigra
(122 views)

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