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Excitation, Trigeminal nerve excitation leads to Increased Airway Hyper-responsiveness,Cough, Dyspnea
Key Event Relationship Overview
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Key Event Relationship Description
Action potential propagation in afferent trigeminal and vagal nerves is widely known to mediate coughing, dyspnea, and other bodily reactions to irritation.