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Roles of Mast Cells in Autoimmune Inflammation

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Autoimmune diseases comprise a group of diverse disorders 42 . Although they differ in effector mechanisms and site of tissue damage, they are all characterized by immune reactivity to self-antigens. The ensuing inflammation leads to destruction of specific cells or tissues. Clonally expanded populations of self-reactive B or T lymphocytes may initiate some of the inflammatory events, but other immune cells also are essential for the full manifestation of disease. It is not surprising, given...

Tissue Metabolism Influences Blood Flow

Normal Oxygen Flow Rate

In all organs, an increase in metabolic rate is associated with increased blood flow and extraction of oxygen to meet the metabolic needs of the tissues. In addition, a reduction in oxygen within the blood is associated with dilation of the arterioles and increased blood flow, assuming neural reflexes to hypoxia are not activated. The local regulation of the microvasculature in response to the metabolic needs of tissues involves many different types of cellular mechanisms, one of which is...

Brain Motor Centers and the Descending Pathways They Control

The location of the neurons in the motor cortex varies in general with the part of the body the neurons serve. II. Different areas of sensorimotor cortex have different functions, but there is much overlap in activity. III. The basal ganglia form a link in a circuit that originates in and returns to sensorimotor cortex. These subcortical nuclei facilitate some motor behaviors and inhibit others. IV. The cerebellum coordinates posture and movement and plays a role in motor learning. V. The...

Female sex organs produce eggs receive sperm and nurture the embryo

Colon Uterus

When a mammalian egg matures, it is released from the ovary directly into the body cavity. But the egg does not go far. Each ovary is enveloped by the undulating, fringed opening of an oviduct also known as a Fallopian tube , which sweeps the egg into that tube Figure 43.11 . Fertilization takes place in the oviduct. Whether or not the egg is fertilized, cilia lining the oviduct propel it slowly toward the uterus, a muscular, thick-walled cavity shaped in humans like an upside-down pear. The...

Medulla Oblongata and Pons

Medulla And Pons Respiratory Centers

A loose aggregation of neurons in the reticular formation of the medulla oblongata forms the rhythmicity center that controls automatic breathing. The rhythmicity center consists of interacting pools of neurons that fire either during inspiration inspira-tory, or I, neurons or expiration expiratory, or E, neurons . The I neurons project to and stimulate spinal motoneurons that innervate the respiratory muscles. Expiration is a passive process that occurs when the I neurons are inhibited,...

Higher Level Of Venous Return Increased Antidiuretic Hormone

Adh Kidney Function Thirst

In the kidney ADH increases permeability of collecting duct cells and distal tubule cells to H2O In the kidney ADH increases permeability of collecting duct cells and distal tubule cells to H2O 51.14 Antidiuretic Hormone Increases Blood Pressure and Promotes Water Resorption ADH is produced by neurons in the hypothalamus and released from their axons in the posterior pituitary. The release of ADH is stimulated by hypothalamic osmoreceptors and inhibited by stretch receptors in the great...

Inspiration and Expiration

Human Expiration

Between the bony portions of the rib cage are two layers of intercostal muscles the external intercostal muscles and the internal intercostal muscles fig. 16.14 . Between the costal cartilages, however, there is only one muscle layer, and its fibers are oriented in a manner similar to those of the internal inter-costals. These muscles are therefore called the interchondral part of the internal intercostals. Another name for them is the parasternal intercostals. An unforced, or quiet,...

Descending Pathways

Spinal Cord Crossed Pathways

The influence exerted by the various brain regions on posture and movement is via descending pathways to the motor neurons and the interneurons that affect these neurons. The pathways are of two types the corticospinal pathways, which, as their name implies, originate in the cerebral cortex and a second group we shall call the brainstem pathways, which originate in the brainstem. Fibers from both types of descending pathways end at synapses on alpha and gamma motor neurons or on interneurons...

Patient Positioning and Operating Room Setup

Laparoscopic Left Colon

A well-defined operative setup and plan can smooth the progress of a laparoscopic colon resection. By developing a routine approach to patient positioning and instrumentation, anesthetic times can be reduced and the efficiency of the operative team improved. For nearly all cases, an electric table is recommended if available. During the procedure, the patient is likely to be in steep 20' head-down tilt Trendelenburg position. The patient will then be rotated side to side during cannula...

Sinus Tarsi

Sinus Tarsi Syndrom

The sinus tarsi is a cone-shaped area bounded by the talus superiorly and the calcaneus inferiorly, located at the anterolateral aspect of the subtalar joint. Within the sinus tarsi are the interosseous talocalcaneal ligament Fig. 39 the cervical ligament Fig. 40 nerve branches from the deep peroneal nerve 86 arterial branches arising from the anterior lateral malleolar artery and the lateral tarsal artery 87 a venous plexus and the medial, intermediate, and lateral roots of the inferior...

Control of the Autonomic Nervous System by Higher Brain Centers


Visceral functions are largely regulated by autonomic reflexes. In most autonomic reflexes, sensory input is transmitted to brain centers that integrate this information and respond by modifying the activity of preganglionic autonomic neurons. The neural centers that directly control the activity of autonomic nerves are influenced by higher brain areas, as well as by sensory input. The medulla oblongata of the brain stem is the area that most directly controls the activity of the autonomic...