Fig. 6.20b Peripheral nervous system; sympathetic portion (Sources of images below. Used with permission.)




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Description Deutsch: Sympathetisches (rot) und parasympathetisches (blau) Nervensystem

English: Diagram of efferent sympathetic (red) and parasympathetic (blue) nervous system.

Русский: Аанатомия иннервации вегетативной нервной системы. Системы: симпатическая (красным) и парасимпатическая (синим)

Українська: Аанатомія іннервації вегетативної нервової системи. Симпатична (червоним) та парасимпатична (синім) гілки

Polski: Układ autonomiczny: czerwony - sympatyczny, niebieski - parasympatyczny.

Plate 839

Date before 1858
 Gray's Anatomy, Plate 839


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Henry Gray  (18271861) 

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Henry Vandyke Carter  (18311897) 

Title Anatomy of the Human Body

Edition 20

Publisher Lea and Febiger

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Publication date 1918

Place of publication Philadelphia and New York

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