Neuronal pathways in tendon healing.

@article{Ackermann2009NeuronalPI,
  title={Neuronal pathways in tendon healing.},
  author={Paul W Ackermann and Paul T Salo and David A. Hart},
  journal={Frontiers in bioscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={5165-87}
}
The regulatory mechanisms involved in tendon homeostasis and repair are not fully understood. Accumulating data, however, demonstrate that the nervous system, in addition to afferent (sensory) functions, through efferent neuronal pathways plays an active role in regulating pain, inflammation, and tissue repair processes. Thus, in normal-, healing- and tendinopathic tendons three major neuronal signalling pathways consisting of autonomic, sensory and glutamatergic neuromediators have been… CONTINUE READING
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