trigger zone

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trig·ger zone

n. área sensitiva que al recibir un estímulo ocasiona una reacción en otra parte del cuerpo.
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Notable examples include, Foshan Shunde Smart Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd., a professional manufacturer of the smart cans has incorporated intelligent technological features such as 'Near Trigger Zone', which utilizes infrared trigger technology to detect the hand or object and automatically opens the trash bin.
Certain extra-gastrointestinal stimuli alter body chemistry and may activate the chemoreceptor trigger zone in the brainstem.
A "trigger zone" is a hallmark of both myofascial pain dysfunction and neurologic states.
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is the incidence of uncontrollable and electrical stun-like pain with a trigger zone, while glossopharyngeal neuralgia (GPN) is considered as pain in the oropharyngeal area throughout the mandibular actions, mainly deglutition [3, 4].
Antiemetic agents are the most common intervention in the management of treatment-related nausea and vomiting (N&V) that completely block the peripheral neuroreceptors and the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) that are known to contain receptors for serotonin, histamine (H1 and H2), dopamine, acetylcholine, opioids, and numerous other endogenous neurotransmitters.