Peripheral nervous system a nerve is a collection of nerve fibers that is visible to the naked eye the constituent fibers are bound together by connective tissue each fiber is microscopic in size and is surrounded by a sheath formed by a neurilemmal cell comparable to the glial cells of the central nervous system. Cells of the nervous system neurons there are two broad classes of cells in the nervous system neurons which process information and glia which provide the neurons with mechanical and metabolic support three general categories of neurons are commonly recognized peters palay webster 1976. The nervous system and its constituent neurones electronic resource designed for the use of practitioners of medicine and of students of medicine and psychology by barker lewellys f lewellys franklin 1867 1943 university college london
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