PMID: 12020459May 22, 2002Paper

Overview of the innervation of the lung

Current Opinion in Pharmacology
M G Belvisi


The autonomic nervous system controls many aspects of airway function, including regulation of airway smooth-muscle tone, mucus secretion from submucosal glands and surface epithelial goblet cells, vascular permeability and blood flow. Recent data suggest that enhanced neural activity may play a key role in the symptomatology and pathophysiology of airway inflammatory diseases.


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