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Vestibular system influences on respiratory muscle activity and cardiovascular functions 

Vestibular system influences on respiratory muscle activity and cardiovascular functions
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Vestibular system influences on respiratory muscle activity and cardiovascular functions
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Bill J. Yates

and Adolfo M. Bronstein

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198566342.003.0010
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date: 10 April 2020

Stimulation of vestibular receptors elicits alterations in sympathetic nervous system activity and blood pressure as well as changes in activity of both respiratory pump muscles and upper airway muscles.

In animal models, changes in blood flow elicited by vestibular stimulation are patterned, and differ between vascular beds....

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