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23 October, 08:46

Which is not correctly paired concerning parasympathetic outflow? which is not correctly paired concerning parasympathetic outflow? the glossopharyngeal nerve innervates salivary glands the oculomotor nerve innervates smooth muscle in the eye that allows for pupil constriction the nerves coming from the thoracic region innervate stomach and liver the nerves coming from the sacral section innervate lungs and heart the vagus nerve stimulates many glands in the head like lacrimal and salivary glands?

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  1. 23 October, 10:27
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    The list of not correctly paired parasympathetic outflow would be:

    1. nerves coming from the sacral section innervate lungs and heart

    2. vagus nerve stimulates many glands in the head like lacrimal and salivary glands

    Sacral region is located in the tailbone, near the hip. The location itself too far from lungs and heart, which actually nerved by vagus.

    Lacrimal and salivary glands are nerved by the submandibular (cranial VII) and glossopharyngeal (cranial IX), not vagus (cranial X)
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