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Where do cholinergic agonist drugs produce their effect?



A. Cardiac & Smooth Muscle
B. Everywhere
C. Pre-synaptic membranes in ganglia
D. Pregangleonic neurons

This question is part of ANS Pharmacology
Asked by Drei, Last updated: Feb 17, 2020

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John Adney

John Adney

Answered Aug 11, 2017

They have effect on eyes and glands as well so it should be everywhere i guess

 

m.ramos.acevedo

M.ramos.acevedo

Answered Jan 15, 2017

Why not Everywhere?? Because the Somatic Nervous System has function with cholinergic receptors, so there will be actions in smooth, cardinal and also striated muscles (kind of everywhere).
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 26, 2016

Cardiac & Smooth Muscle
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m.ramos.acevedo

Why not everywhere?. Because the somatic nervous system has function with cholinergic receptors, so there will be actions in smooth, cardinal and also striated muscles (kind of everywhere).

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