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Lamprene (Clofazimine)

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NERVOUS SYSTEM: SPINAL NERVES AS A PART OF PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
As nerve fibers leave the cord, they form nerve roots, the motor fibers in front and the sensory ones in back. Then the roots are joined together in a series of bundles now called nerves. There is, on each side, one nerve for each vertebra. As the body is developing, it grows faster than the cord does, so the nerves do not leave the canal immediately as they come off but run down for varying distances inside. This collection of nerves in the part of the spinal canal below the cord is called the cauda equina, or horse’s tail.
Each nerve as it leaves by its own special bony pathway is a mixed motor and sensory nerve, but it does not long remain so. The motor nerve has its cells in the cord and its fibers may run from there to the remotest part of the body. From these distant places the sensory fibers come back to knots of cell bodies called ganglions. These are just out side the spinal column. Fibers from there form the posterior roots mentioned above and continue into the cord.
We have a good deal of control over these nerves, but not absolute. For instance, one could direct them to move the hand and pick up a piece of metal. But, if the metal were unexpectedly hot, it would be dropped and the hand snatched away before any thinking came into play.
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