Disorders of the autonomic nervous system: Part 1. Pathophysiology and clinical features.

Abstract

Autonomic dysfunction may result from diseases that affect primarily either the central nervous system or the peripheral autonomic nervous system. The most common pathogenesis of disturbed autonomic function in central nervous system diseases is degeneration of the intermediolateral cell columns (progressive autonomic failure) or disease or damage to… (More)

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