Reflex controlled Movements
Program Controlled Movements
Voluntary vs. Involuntary Movements
Coupling of sensory & motor systems

Organization of Motor System

SPINAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT



What levels of the SC connects to what?
Paraplegia & Tetraplegia
Neuromuscular Junction, Animation
Action Potential, Skeletal Muscle
Action Potenial and Muscle contraction
ACh: Synthesis, Release, Degradation at NMJ
ACh: Nicotinic ACh Receptor
the neuromuscular junction Initiation of muscle contraction
2-Minute Neuroscience: Neuromuscular Junction
Miniature Endplate Potential
NMT acting presynaptically
Botulinum Toxin Mechanism of Action
Agents acting AChE
Myasthenia Gravis
Myasthenia Gravis, Postsynaptic
Pathophysiological Mechanism
AChR occupancy & Response

Myasthenia Gravis That Involve an Autoimmune Response
Myasthenia Gravis MADE EASY - Cause, Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment of MG - Animation


Cross Section of Spinal Cord
Spinal Cord Organization
Spinal Moror Neuron Pools
Muscle and Morot Neuron Groupings
Somatotopic Organization of Ventral Horn Motor Neurons
Extersonr & Flexor
Motor Unit
Types of Motor Units
Types of Motor Units: Single Twitch Response
Types of Motor Units: Repetitive Stimulation
Motor Neuron Recruitment

Muscle Spindle
Strectch Reflex
Muscle Spindle: Iab afferent, Gamma Efferent, Neuclar Chain, Bag fibers
Diagram: Alpha and Gamma Motor Neuron Control
Golgi Tendon Organ
Muscle Spindle VS. Golgi Tendon Organ: passive stretch
Muscle Spindle VS. Golgi Tendon Organ: Active Contraction
Muscle Spindle VS. Golgi Tendon Organ: Comparison
Tendon Reflex
Clasp Knife Response
Flexion Reflex, Crossed Extension Reflex
Reciprocal Innervation Spinal Motor Neurons
Characteristics of Polysynaptic Reflex
Recurrent Inhibition
Step Cycle of Single Limb
Coordination between Limbs changes with Gait
Propriospinal System & the Capabilities of the Isolated Spinal Cord

Causes of SCI
Difficulty of regeneration
Consquences of SCI
Key Intervention Strategies for the treatment of spinal cord injury