Osteopathic poster of the sympathetic chain with innervation to internal organs. Spinal lesion (subluxated vertebrae). Patients can see how extensive and highly innervated the human body is. The images used in the poster are from the early 1900's and bring a turn of the century look to the office. Artwork that is also educational.
Captions from the poster:
Upper Motor Neuron Lesions. - The fibers extending from the nerve cells of the various brain centers to the various cell bodies located in the cord are known as cortico-spinal or upper motor neurons. It is the function of these nerve fibers to carry impulses from the brain centers to the nerve cells located at various levels of the cord. These fibers exert an inhibitory influence on the cell bodies of the cord from which impulses are sent to peripheral structures. This fact should be borne in mind in order to understand the different symptoms which result from lesions involving these fibers.
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