The current theory of Parkinson's origins (known as Braak's hypothesis) is that the earliest signs of Parkinson's are found in lie enteric nervous system, the medulla, and the olfactory bulb, which controls your sense of smell.
What does ENS stand for?
ENS stands for Enteric Nervous System
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We have 153 other meanings of ENS in our Acronym Attic
- Empty Nest Syndrome
- Energy Not Supplied
- English Native Speakers (education program)
- Enhanced Navigation System
- Enhanced Network Selection (GPS)
- Enschede, Netherlands - Twente (Airport Code)
- Ensign (USCG, USN)
- Ente Nazionale Sordomuti (Italian: National Institute for Deaf-Mutes)
- Entergy Nuclear South
- Enterprise Nervous System
- Enterprise Network Services (Convergent)
- Enterprise Network Strategy
- Enterprise Networking Solutions, Inc. (California)
- Enterprise Networking System
- Environment News Service
- Episcopal News Service
- Equipos de Nuestra Señora (Spanish: Teams of Our Lady)
- Espace Naturel Sensible (French: Sensitive Natural Area)
- European Network for Science
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Gibson also said that physicians who want to help their patients manage their symptoms need to understand how foods can interact with the enteric nervous system, which controls most GI functions.
The enteric nervous system lies like mesh, sandwiched between the thin, muscular layers of the intestinal walls.
Just as your brain acts as the conductor for the rest of your body, this enteric nervous system tells your gut how to behave.
5-ir enteric nervous system in uninfected and infected ileum was observed (Fig.