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These subdivisions lead to a more elaborate classification scheme--one that includes four types of afferent nerves and two types of efferent nerves.
They rapidly progressed to fulminant GBS with complete efferent nerve dysfunction resulting in flaccid quadriplegia, total areflexia, absent brainstem reflexes and respiratory paralysis.
Serotonergic efferent nerve fibers in the retinal plexiform layer of the abalone.
A previous study reported that cell bodies of the efferent nerve fibers are located in the cheliceral ganglia, bilateral clusters of neurons at the lateral, posterior edges of the protocerebrum (Calman and Battelle, Vis.