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Group B fibers are [[nerve]] fibers which are moderately [[myelinated]], which means less myelinated than [[group A fibers]] and more myelinated than [[C fiber]]s. Their conduction velocity is 3 to 14 m/s. They are generally visceral [[sensory fibers]] and preganglionic autonomic fibers.
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Group B fibers are [[nerve]] fibers which are moderately [[myelinated]], which means less myelinated than [[group A fibers]] and more myelinated than [[C fiber]]s. Their conduction velocity is 3 to 14 m/s. They are generally visceral [[sensory fibers]] and [[preganglionic autonomic fibers]].
   
   

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Group B fibers are nerve fibers which are moderately myelinated, which means less myelinated than group A fibers and more myelinated than C fibers. Their conduction velocity is 3 to 14 m/s. They are generally visceral sensory fibers and preganglionic autonomic fibers.


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