Human head and neck Spinal lamina V

2. 3 Neurophysiology of Manipulation: a Central effects2. 3 Neurophysiology of Manipulation: a Central effects
These changes in afferent input are believed to alter neural integration either by directly affecting reflex activity and/or by affecting central neural integration within motor and neuronal pools [Pickar]. Spinal lamina V
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The spinal cordThe spinal cord
These are attached at regular intervals corresponding to the paired somites and to the paired nodules of the neural crest. Each spinal nerve is similar in developmental sequence, structure and fundamental plan. Spinal lamina V
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