Primary afferent

What is a primary afferent? 

The primary afferent is the peripheral nerve from the tissue where the stimulus is encountered.

This afferent conveys a train of impulses toward the spinal cord.

The afferent is essentially a sensory nerve transmitting impulses toward the CNS.


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