Visceral Autonomic Sensory: visceral organ sensations like a full bladder
Visceral Autonomic Motor: cardiac muscles, smooth muscle, glands, etc.
Peripheral NS that provides "Sensation of position"
Autonomic versus somatic ganglia location?
Autonomic ganglia: Autonomic nerve cells located outside of the CNS close to the target organs
Somatic ganglia: Somatic nerve cells located outside of the CNS close to the spinal cord
2 types of Sympathetic Ganglia?
Chain Ganglia (paired): Stimulate sweat production, Vasoconstriction in skin, ↑ blood flow to muscles, ↑ HR, Bronchodilation, ↑ ATP production
Collateral Ganglia (unpaired): Receive nerve input from the organs, Innervate organs of the abdominal and pelvic region, e.g. ileus, Sympathetic stimulation of adrenal medulla produces Norepinephrine (20%) & Epinephrine (80%)