9.1 Abdominopelvic Autonomics and Pain – Spinal Levels of Pain Afferents for the Various Organs of the Abdomen Flashcards Preview

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1

Through which spinal nerves do the ascending colon and cecum, transverse colon, and descending colon send their pain sensing afferents?

Ascending colon and cecum – T10.

Transverse colon – T11.

Descending colon – T12-L1

2

Through which spinal nerves does the latter part of the sigmoid colon send its pain sensing afferents?

S2-S4.

3

Through which spinal nerves do the jejunum and ileum send their pain sensing afferents?

T8-T10

4

Through which spinal nerves does the first part of the duodenum said its pain sensing afferents?

T6-T9

5

Through which spinal nerves do the suprarenal glands send their pain sensing afferents?

T6-L2

6

Through which spinal nerves do the kidneys send their pain sensing afferents?

T10-L1

7

Through which spinal nerves does the second and third part of the duodenum send its pain sensing afferents?

T8-T10

8

Through which spinal nerves does the stomach send its pain sensing afferents?

T6-T9

9

Through which spinal nerves does the liver send its pain sensing afferents?

T6 to T9

10

Through which spinal nerves does the spleen send its pain sensing afferents?

T6-T8

11

Through which spinal nerve does the proximal part of the sigmoid colon send its pain sensing afferents?

L2