Peripheral Nervous System

The peripheral nervous system is a part of the nervous system that consists of the nerves, spinal cord and ganglia outside of the brain. The peripheral nervous system consists of sensory neurons which are running from stimulus receptors and informs the Central Nervous System of the stimuli and motor neurons running from the CNS to the muscles and glands are called effectors. This session also includes Diabetic Nerve Problems, Thoracic outlet syndrome, somatic nervous system, Bipolar Disorder and Challenges of CNS Translational Research.

Some disorders to be discussed under this category are:  Neuropathic pain syndromes, Bipolar disorder, Migraine, Autonomic dysreflexia  neuropathy, accessory nerve disorder, CNS disorder and structural defects, Facial nerve paralysis and Meningitis.

 

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