Two group of spinal interneurones that respond to stimulation of the abdominal viscera of the cat.

@article{McMahon1982TwoGO,
  title={Two group of spinal interneurones that respond to stimulation of the abdominal viscera of the cat.},
  author={Stephen B. McMahon and John F. Morrison},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1982},
  volume={322},
  pages={21-34}
}
1. Recordings have been made from sixty-three spinal interneurones that received inputs from the abdominal viscera. These were divided into two groups: group A were sacral interneurones without either significant ascending projections or afferent input from the lumbar splanchnic nerves and group B were neurones with short ascending axons and afferent inputs from the lumbar splanchnic nerves, and often also from the pelvic and pudendal nerves.2. Somato-visceral convergence was common in both… CONTINUE READING

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