Wedensky's inhibition

Wedensky's inhibition
торможение Введенского, нервно-мышечная депрессия

English-russian biological dictionary. 2013.

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  • Wedensky facilitation inhibition phenomenon — We·den·sky facilitation, inhibition, phenomenon (və denґske) [Nikolai Yevgenyevich Wedensky, Russian neurologist, 1852–1922] see under facilitation, inhibition, and phenomenon …   Medical dictionary

  • INHIBITION — L’évolution du concept d’inhibition nerveuse est assez remarquable; presque dès l’origine, il fut appliqué à l’interprétation de phénomènes de complexités très différentes, relevant d’échelles d’appréhension du fonctionnement nerveux les plus… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • inhibition — 1. Depression or arrest of a function. SEE ALSO: inhibitor. 2. In psychoanalysis, the restraining of instinctual or unconscious drives or tendencies, especially if they conflict with one s conscience or with societal demands. 3. In psychology, a… …   Medical dictionary

  • Wedensky, Vvedenskii — Nikolai I., Russian neurophysiologist, 1852–1922. See W. effect, W. facilitation, W. inhibition …   Medical dictionary

  • Wedensky inhibition — a partial block to conduction in a nerve may transmit impulses at low frequencies but not at higher frequencies …   Medical dictionary

  • effect — The result or consequence of an action. [L. efficio, pp. effectus, to accomplish, fr. facio, to do] abscopal e. a reaction produced following irradiation but occurring outside the zone of actual radiation absorption. additive e. an e. wherein two …   Medical dictionary

  • facilitation — Enhancement or reinforcement of a reflex or other nervous activity by the arrival at the reflex center of other excitatory impulses. [L. facilitas, fr. facilis, easy] Wedensky f. the arrival of an impulse at a blocked zone, enhancing the …   Medical dictionary


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