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Pacinian corpuscles are one of the four major types of mechanoreceptor. They are nerve endings in the skin, responsible for sensitivity to deep pressure touch and high frequency vibration.
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A mechanoreceptor is a sensory receptor that responds to mechanical pressure or distortion. There are four main types in the glabrous skin of humans: Pacinian corpuscles, Meissner's corpuscles, Merkel's discs, and Ruffini corpuscles. There are also mechanoreceptors in...
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The Pacinian corpuscles (Fig. 935) are found in the subcutaneous tissue on the ... They differ from Pacinian corpuscles in that their capsules are thinner, their ...
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Definition of Pacinian corpuscle in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Pacinian corpuscle. ... Pacinian corpuscle - a specialized bulblike nerve ending located in the ...
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Definition of Pacinian corpuscles in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Pacinian corpuscles. ... Pacinian corpuscles. Also found in: Medical, Wikipedia. 0.01 sec. ...
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Pacinian Corpuscle. Pacinian corpuscles are found in subcutaneous tissue ... Pacinian corpuscles 1° afferent axons are most sensitive to vibrating stimuli (e. ...
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A Pacinian corpuscle is an onion-shaped structure of nonneural ... The Pacinian corpuscles, elaborate structures found in the skin of the fingers ...
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Deep pressure is perceived mainly by the Pacinian corpuscles. ... The Pacinian corpuscles in joints provide the CNS with information on the ...
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Pacinian corpuscle - Definition of Pacinian corpuscle at Dictionary.com a free ... Pacinian corpuscles... The basic unit of t... The pain produced i... Hair ...
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Most pacinian corpuscles were located in the dermis (dermal type) and ... Many pacinian corpuscles were in close relation to the small blood vessels, and ...
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Shehata R. Pacinian corpuscles in pelvic urogenital organs and outside abdominal ... Tazaki M. Slow-adapting responses of the Pacinian corpuscles of cat planta. ...
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Pacinian corpuscles, located deeper in dermis, are simple nerve endings but are ... Pacinian corpuscles respond to deep pressure. ...
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may contribute to our understanding of the high viscoelasticity of Pacinian corpuscles. ... Subperitoneal Pacinian corpuscles were dissected out from ...
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Golgi tendon organs and Pacinian corpuscles are peripheral ... and the reformation of Pacinian corpuscles is greatly impaired. ...
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