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What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the LUNGS
Sympathetic: T1-T5, inferior cervicals

Parasympathetic: Vagus
What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the SINUS / EARS
Sympathetic: T1-T4, superior cervicals

Parasympathetic: VII
What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the GALLBLADDER
Sympathetic: T5-9

Parasympathetic: Vagus
What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the STOMACH
Sympathetic: T5-9

Parasympathetic: Vagus
What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the SALIVARY GLANDS
Sympathetic: T1-4

Parasympathetic: VII, IX
What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the PANCREAS
Sympathetic: T5-9(10)

Parasympathetic: Vagus
What is the sympathetic and parasympathetic innervation for the THYMUS
Sympathetic: T1-4

Parasympathetic: Vagus
Pain from local cause:
- easy to locate

- changes with motion of part
Referred pain:
- diffuse, hard to pinpoint

- doesn't change with motion

- may change with visceral stress
Somato-Somatic reflex
1. deep tendon reflex / myotatic / stretch
2. clasp-knife / GTO
3. Tonic Neck Refles
4. Rooting reflex
Viscero - Visceral reflex
micturition
myenteric
abdomino-cardiac
Hering-Breuer
Pupillary light
Oculo-cardiac / Aschner's phenomenon
Somato - Visceral reflex
Carotid Sinus
Diving Reflex
Adjusting affecting organs
Pain -> adrenal & cardiovascular effects
Body wall reflex treatment procedures
STOMACH: (muscle)
Pectoralis Major
Clavicular
GALLBLADDER: (muscle)
Popliteus
LUNGs: (muscle)
Deltoids,
Anterior Serratus
THYMUS: (muscle)
Infraspinatus