Greg Digby225x309This episode of “A Clinical Minute” has Dr. Digby describing the nervous system.

Some of the terms he mentions are:

ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease), Alzheimer’s, autonomic divisions, autonomic nervous system, axon terminal, axons, behavior, body language, brain, brain stem, cell bodies, central nervous system (CNS), cerebellum, communication, complex social interaction, depression, dorsal root ganglia, electrochemical signal, excitatory, executive function, fight or flight, frontal lobe, GABA, ganglia, glutamate, grey matter, inhibitory, innervate, integrated processing of multiple signals concurrently, involuntary movement, Purkinje neurons, modulation, motor coordination, motor cortex, motor neurons, multiple sclerosis, myelinated axons, myelination, nerves, neurological disorders, neuron, neurotransmitter,
nucleus, parasympathetic, Parkinson’s disease, perception, perception, peripheral nervous system (PNS), post-synapse, pre-synapse, rapid coordination, rapid signals, reflex arc, rest and digest, soma/cell body, spinal cord, sympathetic, synapses, synaptic region, terminal fibers, transduced, vesicles, voluntary movement, white matter.

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