Target organs include the bone marrow, skin, and nervous system after either acute or chronic excessive exposure. From:Encyclopedia of Food and Health, 2016 Related terms:
Target organ systems of anticholinergics include the CNS, eye, cardiovascular system, respiratory system, gastrointestinal tract, genitourinary tract, and sweat glands. These target organs differ widely depending on the agent’s biodistribution and selectivity for MAChRs.
The target organs of LH and FSH are the gonads. In the male, the primary role of LH is to stimulate testosterone biosynthesis by Leydig cells (Fig. 7.7).