Published February 1, 1997
by Informa Healthcare .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||496|
This volume presents an account of the structure, physiology and chemistry of autonomic neuroendocrine interactions. The book introduces the evolution of the neuronal and endocrine systems and makes a detailed study of the receptors involved in signal transduction. Neuroregulation of Autonomic, Endocrine and Immune Systems: New Concepts of Regulation of Autonomic, Neuroendocrine and Immune Systems (Topics in the Neurosciences (2)) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition Thus, we gain a picture of a complex regulatory interaction, fine tuned in normal circumstances to provide each system. About this book So has our recognition of the possible role of brain dysfunction in diseases considered earlier to be of peripheral or somatic origin. This culminates naturally in a focus on the nature of the influence of the brain on other systems such as the autonomic, neuroendocrine and immune systems. Neuroregulation of autonomic, endocrine, and immune systems. [Robert C A Frederickson;] Print book: Conference Thus, we gain a picture of a complex regulatory interaction, fine tuned in normal circumstances to provide each system with necessary information about the status of the other systems and the basis Read more Rating: (not yet.
Interactions between autonomic nerves and endocrine cells of the gastroenteropancreatic system. Smith PH, Madson KL. Autonomic nerves and endocrine cells of both the gastrointestinal tract and the pancreatic islets participate in the control of several processes related to the digestion and metabolism of nutrients. While it was once thought. Neuroregulation of Autonomic, Endocrine and Immune Systems. Neuroregulation of Autonomic, Thus, there is a constant interaction between the nervous and immune systems in all vertebrates, and probably in all invertebrates, although many immunologists would deny the existence of an “immune” system in invertebrates. Buy this book on. Buy Autonomic-Endocrine Interactions: 10 (Autonomic Nervous System) 1 by Unsicker (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Unsicker. 13 Autonomic, Endocrine, and Immune Interactions in Acute and Chronic Pain. 14 Itch. Section II: Assessment and Psychology of Pain. 15 Gender Differences in Pain and Its Relief. 16 Epidemiology of Pain. 17 Emotion, Motivation, and Pain. 18 Cognitive and Learning Aspects. 19 Psychiatric Pain-Associated Co-morbidities. 20 Studies of Pain in Human.
Another example of the autonomic-endocrine interaction is the ovarian secretion of steroids, including estrogen and progesteron. 4 In addition to hypothalamic-pituitary control, the ovary receives sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation to regulate ovarian function. 13 For both the adrenal cortex and the ovary, the secretory response to. Book reviews lustre but it remains a very good and useful addition to the library of the neuroscientist. W. E. Davies Department of Pharmacology University of Birmingham Birmingham, UK PII: SOO(97) Autonomic-Endocrine Interactions Edited by K. Unsicker. Harwood Academic ISBN Publishers, This, the tenth volume in the series of books on . Our understanding of the functioning of the brain has grown rapidly over the last decade or two. So has our recognition of the possible role of brain dysfunction in diseases considered earlier to be of peripheral or somatic origin. This culminates naturally in a focus on the nature of the influence of the brain on other systems such as the autonomic, neuroendocrine and immune systems. This chapter provides a brief overview of the autonomic nervous system for the rehabilitation physician. This system plays a crucial role in adjusting the physiological state of the body to maintain circulatory homeostasis, or the stability of the “inner world.” 2 The autonomic nervous system not only carries out the command of the brain, but also functions as a reflex circuit by using the.