pilomotor

Moving the hair; denoting the arrectores pilorum muscles of the skin and the postganglionic sympathetic nerve fibres innervating these small smooth muscles. ... Origin: pilo-+ L. Motor, mover ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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pilomotor

(pi″lo-mo´tәr) pertaining to the arrector pili muscles and horripilation.
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pilomotor

pilomotor 1. A reference to the arrector muscles, the contraction of which produces cutis ansertina (goose flesh) and the erection of the hairs. 2. Causing movements of hairs, as the arrectores pilorum.
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pilomotor

Type: Term Pronunciation: pī′lō-mō′tŏr Definitions: 1. Moving the hair; denoting the arrectores pilorum muscles of the skin and the postganglionic sympathetic nerve fibers innervating these small smooth muscles.
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pilomotor

Latin pilus = a hair, and movere = to move; hence the action of the arrectores pilorum muscles.
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