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Meaning of Monosynaptic from wikipedia
of only one sensory neuron
and one motor
neuron, it is defined
to the presence
of a single chemical
synapse. In the case...
- The patellar reflex
or knee-jerk (myotatic) (monosynaptic
) (in American English
knee reflex) is a stretch reflex which tests
the L2, L3, and L4 segments...
- surface. Being
a deep tendon
reflex, it is monosynaptic
. It is also a stretch
are monosynaptic spinal segmental
reflexes. When they are intact...
- two-element chain, of which
in the human
is only one, also called
a monosynaptic reflex
(there is only one synapse between
the two neurones taking
in nature, such as the bulbocavernosus
reflexes, such as the deep tendon
reflexes, are not restored until
from the potentially damaging
stimulus. Spinal reflexes
are often monosynaptic
and are mediated
by a simple reflex
arc. A withdrawal reflex
- Mechanistically, they differ
significantly; the finger flexor reflex
is a simple monosynaptic spinal reflex involving
the flexor digitorum profundus
that is normally...
to the sensory
can be very simple, as in the monosynaptic
one synapse, or more complicated, as in the...
- and an efferent signal
out to the muscle. The stretch reflex
can be a monosynaptic reflex which provides automatic regulation
of skeletal muscle
- reflex. Hoffmann's reflex
is a deep tendon reflex
(spindle fibre) with a monosynaptic reflex pathway
in Rexed lamina
IX of the spinal
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