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The amplitude of the test reﬂex is the net result of presynaptic inhibition and of a late post-synaptic Prolonged vibration of the homonymous tendon facilitation; a change in the reﬂex depression in a is a ﬂawed technique given situation could reﬂect a change in the recruit- Application of vibration to the Achilles tendon pro- ment gain in the motoneurone pool; a more seri- duces marked depression of the soleus H reﬂex cheap entocort 100 mcg fast delivery, ous drawback is that decreased vibratory or D1/D2 which reﬂects a presynaptic mechanism. It was inhibition may reﬂect decreased excitability of PAD long accepted that this mechanism was presynap- interneurones, but could also result from increased tic inhibition with PAD. D1 inhibition of the soleus H Resume´ ´ 375 reﬂex is evoked by a train of 3 shocks (at 300 Hz, increased probability of ﬁring. D1 inhibition of the FCR H reﬂex is elicited minals,providedthattheﬁringrateofthemotorunit by aradial volley (single shock, ≤1 × MT) 10–20 ms is stable. The method cannot be used during phasic before the stimulus evoking the FCR H reﬂex. Assessing monosynaptic Ia facilitation of (ii) When using the compound H reﬂex, the prob- the H reﬂex lem of a change in recruitment gain can be tested by comparingthechangesinmonosynapticfacilitation This technique measures the on-going presynap- of the reﬂex and those in D1 or vibratory inhibition. Thus, the test reﬂex is facilitated by increaseintheslopeoftheinput-outputrelationship a monosynaptic Ia volley, generally heteronymous. A con- amount of the D1 or vibratory suppression, whereas stant conditioning stimulus should elicit a constant a decrease in presynaptic inhibition of Ia terminals degree of reﬂex facilitation, unless there is a change should enhance the monosynaptic facilitation and in presynaptic inhibition of Ia afferents mediating decrease the D1 or vibratory suppression. The larger the reﬂex facili- tation, the smaller the presynaptic inhibition. How- ever, changes in the amount of reﬂex facilitation can Organisation and pattern of connections also be due to a change in the recruitment gain of the motoneurone pool (see pp. The method (i) Presynaptic inhibition is stronger on Ia termi- requires that the conditioning heteronymous volley nals on motoneurones supplying slow-twitch units elicitsasizeablefacilitationofthetestreﬂex. As a tice this is usually the case for the femoral-induced result, when presynaptic inhibition of Ia afferents is facilitation of the soleus H reﬂex and for the facil- active, the probability of discharge to the monosy- itation of the FCR H reﬂex elicited by stimulation naptic Ia input may be reversed in favour of fast- of Ia afferents from the intrinsic hand muscles. Thus, presynaptic inhibition How to eliminate changes in the recruitment of homonymous and heteronymous Ia projections gain in the motoneurone pool from one muscle to different motoneurone pools is (i)Theonlywaytoexcludewithcertaintyachange mediatedthroughdifferentsubsetsofPADinterneu- in the recruitment gain in the motoneurone pool is rones with a different control of ﬁrst-order PAD to conﬁrm results obtained with the compound H interneurones. The stronger the force (iv) Cortical stimulation can produce inhibition at the end of the ramp the greater the decrease and facilitation of PAD interneurones, and the dom- in presynaptic inhibition at the onset of the ramp.
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