Autonomous Nerve System

sweating. Autonomous nerve system mainly activated by centers that located in medulla spinal. motility and secretion of gastrointestinal. brain stem. and hypothalamic. .Autonomous Nerve System Part of nerve system that controlling of any visceral body’s function. To help controlling such as artery pressure. body’s temperature and many others. urine output.

Than. brain stem. Those.Autonomous nerve system often work by using visceral reflex. Autonomous impulses sent by sympathetic or parasympathetic systems. sending proper reflex response to visceral organ to control their activities. sensory signals from a part of body sending impulse into centers on medulla spinal. or hypothalamic. .

. and there’re overlapping. Sympathetic fiber from: T-1 : into caput T-2 : into cervical T-3 – T-6 : into torax T-7 – T-11 : into abdomen T-12.Sympathetic System Sympathetic system from in the medulla spinal between T-1 and L-2 segment. They started of in motoneuron symphatetic cornuintermediolateral substantia gricea medulla spinal. L-2 : into leg This distribution are just estimate. L-1.

small intestine. stomach. liver. . Vagus that spread to torachal and abdominal area. Vagus supplying parasympathetic nerve to the heart. bladder.Parasympathetic System About 75% of all parasympathetic fiber located in N. pancreas and top area of ureter. oesephagus. N. lungs. half of proximal colon.

nasal and submaxillary glands. Ninth nervous spread to parotid gland. Seventh nervous spread to lacrimale. .parasympathetic fiber in the third nervous spread to sphyncter pupil and musculus siliaris of eye.