autonomic nervous system
The term autonomic nervous system is a functionally defined set of structures in the nervous system that are involved primarily in the regulation of visceral function ( Carpenter-1983 ). A thorough discussion of semantic differences in the use of this term is presented in Anthoney-1994.

Also known as: vegetative nervous system, visceral nervous systemNeuroNames ID : 2054

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