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The motor innervation of the rat urinary bladder

Authors
  • F. G. Carpenter
  • R. M. Rubin
Publication Date
Oct 01, 1967
Source
PMC
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Abstract

1. The post-ganglionic nerves visible in silver-impregnated sections of a normal rat bladder were absent 14 days after both pelvic ganglia had been ablated. After ablation of one ganglion the distribution of nerve trunks in either side of the organ was unchanged. Post-ganglionic axons from either side appear to distribute bilaterally.

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