Sneeze-evoking region within the brainstem

@article{Nonaka1990SneezeevokingRW,
  title={Sneeze-evoking region within the brainstem},
  author={S. Nonaka and T. Unno and Y. Ohta and S. Mori},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={511},
  pages={265-270}
}
  • S. Nonaka, T. Unno, +1 author S. Mori
  • Published 1990
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brain Research
  • The neuronal mechanisms of sneezing were examined in precollicular-postmammillary decerebrate cats. Mechanical stimulation (frequency 20 Hz, peak-to-peak displacement 0.5 mm) of the nasal membrane evoked a series of sneezes. In the same preparation, electrical stimulation (duration 0.2 ms, frequency 10 Hz, 5-50 microA) delivered to the lower brainstem also evoked sneezes. The changes in EMG activity and subglottic pressure during brainstem-induced sneeze were similar to those recorded nasal… CONTINUE READING
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