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Match the correct roles of the direct and indirect pathway in the basal ganglia

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Direct pathway outcome

Indirect pathway outcome

Direct pathway mechanism

Indirect pathway mechanism

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Inhibition of the internal globus pallidus means the thalamus is no longer inhibited

Movement is inhibited

Subthalamic nucleus is no longer inhibited. This means it can send signals to the internal globus pallidus and inhibit the thalamus

Movement is initiated


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