The AMB is a major efferent nucleus of the vagus (cranial nerve X), which provides efferent chronotropic (rate) and/or inotropic (contractile strength) control of the heart.
(solitarius OR solitary nucleus) AND review (solitarius OR solitary nucleus) AND connectivity (solitarius OR solitary nucleus) AND fMRI
Major inputs include the solitary nucleus (NTS) ; (Spyer 1982)
* Direct innervation of the parasympathetic ganglia in the heart
Autonomic reflexes: Baroreceptor reflex
Cardiovascular function: Central regulation of heart rate and contraction via cholinergic innervation of the heart
Coordinates (x, y, z): [0, 0, 0] , [0, 0, 0] No coordinates from published studies. Coordinates derived from anatomical landmarks and functional localization in published studies.
Specific study coordinates (if not too many)
|Topolovec 2004||Contrast Descrip||~||~||~|
|Komisaruk 2002||Contrast Descrip||~||~||~|
Neurosynth results for coordinate(s)
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