Neurobiología cutánea

  • Ana Francisca Ramírez Universidad del Valle
Palabras clave: neurobiología, neuropéptidos

Resumen

La piel se encuentra íntimamente ligada al sistema nervioso, debido a su origen embriológico en el neuroectodermo y a su inervación por fibras que participan en la transmisión de impulsos sensoriales y que contribuyen a la regulación de funciones complejas, entre ellas, la inflamación, la inmunidad y la cicatrización.
La participación e interacción con la piel, del sistema nervioso autónomo, sistema nervioso sensitivo y sistema nervioso central, demostrada en varios casos, por la presencia de receptores a sustancias comunes a estos diferentes órganos, comprueban que las alteraciones en cualquiera de ellos pueden tener manifestaciones reactivas en los otros.

El objetivo de esta revisión es tener una visión global de la anatomía, fisiología y aplicación clínica del área de la neurobiología cutánea.

Biografía del autor/a

Ana Francisca Ramírez, Universidad del Valle

RIII Dermatología, Universidad del Valle

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Ramírez AF. Neurobiología cutánea. rev. asoc. colomb. dermatol. cir. dematol. [Internet]. 1 de octubre de 2001 [citado 13 de agosto de 2022];9(3):617-26. Disponible en: https://revista.asocolderma.org.co/index.php/asocolderma/article/view/853

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2001-10-01
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