Pulmonary Plexus 3D

  • Description                                                                                             
    • * Consists of afferent and efferent fibers from the vagus nerve, joined by branches from the sympathetic trunk and cardiac plexus.
    • * Is divided into the anterior pulmonary plexus, which lies in front of the root of the lung, and the posterior pulmonary plexus, which lies behind the root of the lung.
    • * Has sympathetic nerve fibers that dilate the bronchi and constrict the pulmonary vessels; whereas parasympathetic fibers constrict the bronchi and dilate the pulmonary vessels.

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  • Description                                                                                             
    • * Consists of afferent and efferent fibers from the vagus nerve, joined by branches from the sympathetic trunk and cardiac plexus.
    • * Is divided into the anterior pulmonary plexus, which lies in front of the root of the lung, and the posterior pulmonary plexus, which lies behind the root of the lung.
    • * Has sympathetic nerve fibers that dilate the bronchi and constrict the pulmonary vessels; whereas parasympathetic fibers constrict the bronchi and dilate the pulmonary vessels.

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