Course 2 – Central Autonomic Nervous System
Anatomy, function and neurofunctional integration of the central autonomic nervous system.
The central autonomic systems (CANS) are taught, i.e. the anatomy and the function of the systems that take care of protection and supply, disposal and activity regulation in the central nervous system (CNS).
These include the cranium with the meninges, the central vascular systems with arteries, veins and lymphatic vessels and their innervation, the peculiarities of the central lymphatic system, the glymphatic system, the euroendocrine system, and the ascending and descending reticular activation systems.
The latter include the norepinephrine system, the acetylcholine system, the serotonin system, the dopamine system, the histamine system, the GABA system, and the orexin system. These regulate not only the activity, but also the intrinsic blood flow in the nervous system.
- Review of CNS anatomy and function
- Anatomy and function of the cranial system
- Anatomy and function of the central vascular systems
- Anatomy and function of the neuroendocrine system
- Anatomy and function of the reticular activation system
- Neurofunctional integration of the cranial system
- Neurofunctional integration of the central vascular systems
- Neurofunctional integration of the neuroendocrine system
- Neurofunctional integration of the reticular activation system
- Access to the online academy for 2 years after activation
- 3 days live course incl. drinks, coffee breaks and lunch
New from training period 2021/22:
- Follow-up webinar to answer questions
- Refresher participation in the face-to-face course via live stream
The Neurolog Online Academy
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