This book offers comprehensive and accurate coverage of all areas of human anatomy relevant to the anaesthetist. Written jointly by an anaesthetist and anatomist, it will help readers pass thier exams and will enhance their understanding of trhe safe and effective practice of anaesthesia.Although associated with the special senses, they still elicit a visceral response, e.g. salivation at the smell of food. The remainder of visceral sensations (general visceral afferents) are separated into physiological responses which are ... Pain receptors are typically unencapsulated free nerve endings which may have a thin myelin covering, although they are usually referred to as being unmyelinated.
|Title||:||Essential Anatomy for Anesthesia|
|Author||:||Sue M. Black, W. Alastair Chambers|