Generators of pathologically enhanced excitation in various areas of the central nervous system
It follows from the previous chapter that the definite intensity of the determinant’s functional message is an important prerequisite for realizing the determinant’s influence. The higher the level of excitation generated by the determinant’s structures, the more fully are its influences realized when all other conditions are equal. If the determinant structure becomes hyperactive, its influences become pathologically intensive and cannot be suppressed. Investigations have shown that such a structure is neurophysiologically based on the generator of pathologically enhanced excitation (GPEE).
KeywordsVisual Cortex Lateral Geniculate Nucleus Ventral Horn Evoke Potential Impulse Activity
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