vagal

IPA: vˈægʌɫ

adjective

  • (anatomy) Of or relating to the vagus nerve.

Examples of "vagal" in Sentences

  • Hepatic branches of anterior vagal trunk.
  • Strong vagal stimulation may produce AV block.
  • Anterior gastric branches of anterior vagal trunk.
  • Other sources include a category vagal and sacral .
  • Posterior gastric branches of posterior vagal trunk.
  • The abnormality lies in this excessive vagal response.
  • The difference between these states is called vagal tone.
  • A wandering pacemaker is usually caused by varying vagal tone.
  • The Valsalva maneuver should be the first vagal maneuver tried.
  • A decrease in vagal tone and increase in sympathetic tone is the cause.
  • It causes tachycardia by blocking vagal effects on the sinoatrial node.
  • That safeguard is called the vagal brake, a concept developed by the pioneering work of Stephen Porges.
  • That is why people like Oprah Winfrey and Barack Obama are known in neurological circles as "vagal superstars."
  • They measured infants 'heart rates while they were exposed to the stressor, isolating a cardiac response called vagal tone.
  • A new technique called vagal nerve stimulation is very helpful in depression.10 The vagus nerve is your calming, relaxation nerve.
  • [6], [8], [59], US may be able to confer a spatial resolution similar to those achieved by currently implemented neuromodulation strategies such as vagal nerve stimulation and DBS, which have been shown to possess high therapeutic value

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