H-J Häbler

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The sympathetic nervous system regulates many different target tissues in the somatic and visceral domains of the body in a differentiated manner, indicating that there exist separate sympathetic pathways that are functionally defined by their target cells. Signals generated by central integration and channelled through the preganglionic neurons into the(More)
Pathophysiological processes in the viscera can lead to pain and hyperalgesia and exaggerated motility-regulating reflexes. This may be due to sensitisation of visceral afferents (peripheral sensitisation), which has repeatedly been shown to occur as a consequence of e.g. inflammation, and/or to sensitisation of dorsal horn neurones (central sensitisation),(More)
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