By Inc. BarCharts
Entire, categorised illustrations of 12 parts of the circulatory approach.
Illustrations by means of award-winning scientific illustrator Vincent Perez.
Chart comprises specific diagrams of:
· veinous procedure
· arterial method
· circulatory approach
· schema: head & neck
· blood circuits
· Circle of Willis
· skull & arteries
· blood vessels
· hepatic portal veins
· coronary arteries & cardiac veins
· arteries of mind
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PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM Axon Myelin sheath Endoneunum Fasciculus Perineunum Epineunum Fig. 3 Diagram of the structure of a peripheral nerve. Small fibres, usually 1 μπι or less in diameter, remain non-myelinated, and several invaginate the plasma membrane of a single Schwann cell. Action potentials travel continuously along the axolemma, not by the more rapid saltatory conduction, in the absence of nodes of Ranvier. Myelinated fibres have a regularly segmented myelin sheath interrupted by nodes of Ranvier, each myelinated internode being up to 1 mm long.
Local events such as haemorrhage, infection and fibroblastic proliferation may inhibit successful repair. In mixed nerves, somatic, autonomie, motor and sensory fibres may travel to inappropriate endings. Proximal axons develop multiple sprouts and are guided along Schwann cells into the distal, severed parts of endoneurial tubes. Several sprouts from different axons may enter one tube (Fig. 5), but only one will establish effective contact with the peripheral receptor or effector organ, thicken and remyelinate.
For further reading, see Sunderland, 1978). Peripheral Receptors and Effectors Receptors Receptors are transducers, converting mechanical and other stimuli into electrical impulses. They are classified as superficial exteroceptors responding to external stimuli, deeper proprioceptors stimulated by movement, pressure and change of body position and interoceptors from viscera and blood vessels. They may be either encapsulated by connective tissue or unencapsulated (free or expanded). Cutaneous receptors (Figs.