Peripheral nervous system

What is Peripheral nervous system?

The peripheral part of the nervous system external to the brain and spinal cord from their roots to their peripheral terminations. This includes the ganglia, both sensory and autonomic, and any plexuses through which the nerve fibers and all the peripheral nerves run.

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Hi, I am wondering why there are times when my actual skin hurts. Clothes on it hurts, I can feel it even when I'm not touching it. When I do touch...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
may be peripheral neuropathy

Detailed Answer:
HI, thanks for using healthcare magic

The sensation of touch and ability to sense pain...

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Are there any connection between restless legs and dry eyes? Can this be a virus?...

doctor1 MD

Thanks for the query,

There is a connection between these two. there is a condition called sjogren's syndrome which causes dryness of eyes and...

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Can you explain what is autonomic peripheral neoropath and sudimotor dysfunction?...after 19 months of being treated for POTS

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Definition of peripheral neuropathy of the autonomic system

Detailed Answer:
Good morning.

Autonomic peripheral neuropathy can be...

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