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Nervous system

Disorders of The Nervous System – Inflammatory and Non Inflammatory

Inflammatory Disorders Meningitis (men-in-ji ‘-tis) results from a bacterial, fungal, or viral infection of the meninges. Bacterial meningitis cases are the most serious, with about 20% being fatal. If the brain is also involved, the disease is called encephalitis. Some viruses causing encephalitis are transmitted by bites

The Structures, Locations, and Functions of the Sensory Receptors

Sensory receptors for the general senses are widely distributed in the skin, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and visceral organs. Temperature Two types of thermoreceptors are located in the skin. Warm receptors are free nerve endings, which are sensory neuron dendrites, in the deep dermis that are most sensitive

The Location, Structure and Function of Olfactory and Taste Receptors

The sensory receptors for special senses are localized rather than widely distributed, and they, like all sensory receptors, are specialized to respond to only certain types of stimuli. There are three different kinds of sensory receptors for the special senses. Taste and olfactory receptors are chemoreceptors, which

The Location, Structure and functions of the Sensory Receptors involved in Hearing

The ear is the organ of hearing. It is also the organ of equilibrium. The ear is subdivided into three major parts: the external ear, middle ear, and internal ear. External Ear The external ear consists of two parts: the auricle and the external acoustic meatus. The

Sensory Receptors involved in Static Equilibrium and Dynamic Equilibrium

Several types of sensory receptors provide information to the brain for the maintenance of equilibrium. The eyes and proprioceptors in joints, tendons, and muscles are important in informing the brain about equilibrium and the position and movement of body parts. However, unique receptors in the internal ear

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