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epineurium is the outermost layer of connective tissue surrounding a peripheral nerve. It includes the blood vessels supplying the nerve. It consists of adipose tissue and fibrocollagenous tissues.
External links Edit - "PNS, nerve (LM, Low)"
- "PNS, nerve (LM, Medium)"
Histology: nervous tissue
Neurons ( gray matter)
soma, axon ( axon hillock, axoplasm, axolemma, neurofibril/neurofilament), dendrite ( Nissl body, dendritic spine, apical dendrite, basal dendrite) types ( bipolar, pseudounipolar, multipolar, pyramidal, Purkinje, granule)
Afferent nerve/ Sensory nerve/ Sensory neuron
GSA, GVA, SSA, SVA, fibers ( Ia, Ib or Golgi, II or Aβ, III or Aδ or fast pain, IV or C or slow pain)
Efferent nerve/ Motor nerve/ Motor neuron
GSE, GVE, SVE, Upper motor neuron, Lower motor neuron ( α motorneuron, γ motorneuron)
neuropil, synaptic vesicle, neuromuscular junction, electrical synapse - Interneuron ( Renshaw)
Free nerve ending, Meissner's corpuscle, Merkel nerve ending, Muscle spindle, Pacinian corpuscle, Ruffini ending, Olfactory receptor neuron, Photoreceptor cell, Hair cell, Taste bud
astrocyte, oligodendrocyte, ependymal cells, microglia, radial glia
Myelination ( white matter)
Schwann cell, oligodendrocyte, nodes of Ranvier, internode, Schmidt-Lanterman incisures, neurolemma
Related connective tissues
epineurium, perineurium, endoneurium, nerve fascicle, meninges
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