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Tolerance is acquired by compensatory mechanisms in the endocrine and nervous systems.
there are specialized cells in the nervous system produce and form the myelin in the central nervous system (brain & spinal cord) by oligodendrocytes in the peripheral nervous system by schwann cells
i believe it is the "Somatic" Nervous System. Since the Somatic is Voluntary and all. The Somatic is the part of the Nervous System that is responsible for consciousness movement and action. However, some systems in the Somatic are still involuntary, like reflexes. The Somatic Nervous System is part of the Peripheral Nervous System.
Nervous (nerve) tissue.
The PNS can be split into the somatic (voluntary) nervous system and the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system. The autonomic system can be further categorized into the sympathetic division and parasympathetic division.
A. Burger has written: 'Drugs affecting the peripheral nervous system' 'Drugs affecting the central nervous system'
Incontinentia pigmenti is a rare genetic disease resulting in a neurocutaneous disorder affecting the nervous system whose abnormalities can involve the skin, hair, and teeth of affected individuals.
Osteoarthritis, Gout and pseudogout, Lupus and Polymyalgia rheumatica
One example is Huntington's Disease. Carried on a dominant gene, it causes deterioration of the central nervous system, affecting movement, swallowing, personality, etc.
Marked by or having feeling of unease or apprehension, stemming from or affecting the nerves or nervous system.
ONE is Huntington's Disease.