Autonomic control of bone formation: its clinical relevance.

  title={Autonomic control of bone formation: its clinical relevance.},
  author={He Ji-Ye and Zheng Xin-Feng and Jiang Lei-Sheng},
  journal={Handbook of clinical neurology},
Bone remodeling is thought to be regulated by many factors including nutritional status, humoral factors, and biomechanical stress. However, the involvement of the autonomic nervous system, mainly the sympathetic nervous system (SNS), in the modulation of bone remodeling is beginning to receive more attention. Neural innervation of bone has been demonstrated. Both experimental and clinical evidence has indicated the involvement of autonomic nervous system regulation in bone metabolism. The… CONTINUE READING
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