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 Cardiac reflex and vagal reflex...  



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*vagal nerve(itself) =vagal reflex(?)

1. rate(up) -> aff(up) -> eff(up) -> bradycardia

2. rate(down) -> aff(down) -> eff(down) ->tarchycardia

so when ext ear canal stimulation(GSA) could be interpreted like GVA from heart mistakenly.

*cardiac reflex(9->10)


1.distension of carotid body
aff(up) -> eff(up) -> bradycardia

2.contraction
aff(down) -> eff(down) -> tarchycardia


my point is.. aff and eff of 9th and 10th nerve goes together.
am i right?

thanks..



Edited by Lim on Jul 23, 2006 - 12:22 AM



  #2

I not sure what the hypoglossal (tongue movement) has to do with it, but everything else looks correct.



  #3

yes you are right

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/wnor/cranialnerves.htm



  #4

yes you are right

http://mywebpages.comcast.net/wnor/cranialnerves.htm



  #5

Wow...that was a good link Vallia. Thanks a lot.





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