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relating to or controlled by the autonomic nervous system

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In contrast, the neurovascular theory centres on the possibility that there is an inherent weakness in the bones secondary to an altered sympathetic autonomically stimulated vascular reflex that causes hyperaemia and periarticular osteopenia.
Failure to respond autonomically to anticipated future outcomes following damage to prefrontal cortex.
By this method, the solvability of the above matrix equation can be determined autonomically, and a solution or the least-norm solution of which can be obtained within finite iteration steps.
This virtualization technology enables the sharing of I/O, and autonomically allocates additional resources to the application as needed.
Cisco has a vision of "the intelligent network", in which the network, rather than any centralised application, is able to autonomically carry out activities such as security, routing and integration.
This platform must offer seamlessly scalable storage that expands transparently as new arrays are added, integrate a full complement of high-end management capabilities including data protection, and operate autonomically with a "set it and forget it" intelligence that can be trusted--all in a fully redundant system that ensures consistent data availability.
The dopamine D3 receptor that is specifically targeted by ropinirole may be pivotal to many autonomically controlled functions, including sleep, vasomotor and cardiovascular function, gastric acidity, bowel motility, and temperature regulation, Dr.
Clues that a patient may have autonomically related CPP include congestion of pelvic vessels without a clear source of pain and inability to reproduce the pain during an examination.
Epidemiologic research suggests that occupational exposure to power-frequency magnetic fields may be associated with autonomically mediated cardiac mortality.