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" Suppose a worm, in the bowels, irritating their centripetal nerve-fibres: the irritation is propagated to the spinal cord, which reflects it upon the roots of the cervical sympathetic nerve, by which it reaches the bloodvessels of the retina, produces... "
A Manual of Physiology and of the Principles of Disease - Page 294
by Edward Dillon Mapother - 1864 - 567 pages
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Course of Lectures on the Physiology and Pathology of the Central Nervous ...

Charles-Edouard Brown-Séquard - Central Nervous System - 1860 - 276 pages
...stopped or much diminished. Suppose a worm, in the bowels, irritating their centripetal nerve-fibres: the irritation is propagated to the spinal cord, which...the tissues, as in the case of the experiments of Czermak and Prof. Bernard (see Lecture IX.), the bloodvessels dilate, and more blood passes through...
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Course of Lectures on the Physiology and Pathology of the Central Nervous ...

Charles-Edouard Brown-Séquard - Central Nervous System - 1860 - 276 pages
...in the bowels, irritating their centripetal nerve-fibres: the irritation is propagated to the spisal cord, which reflects it upon the roots of the cervical...the tissues, as in the case of the experiments of Czermak and Prof. Bernard (see Lecture IX.), the bloodvessels dilate, and more blood passes through...
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The Natural History Review, Volume 1; Volume 8

Biology - 1861
...less blood passing through these organs, so that the urinary secretion is stopped or much diminished. Suppose a worm in the bowels irritating their centripetal...the tissues, as in the case of the experiments of Czermak and of Prof. Bernard, the blood-vessels dilate and more blood passes through them. The cornea,...
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The Natural History Review, Volume 1; Volume 8

Natural history - 1861
...less blood passing through these organs, so that the urinary secretion is stopped or much diminished. Suppose a worm in the bowels irritating their centripetal...the amount of blood, an amaurosis. If instead of the reHex action on the blood- vessels, there is an action on the tissues, as in the case of the experiments...
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The Natural History Review, Volume 1; Volume 8

Natural history - 1861
...less blood passing through these organs, so that the urinary secretion is stopped or much diminished. Suppose a worm in the bowels- irritating their centripetal...produces their contraction, and, as a consequence of tliis cause of diminution in the amount of blood, an amam'osis. If instead of the reflex action on...
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Lectures and essays on the science and practice of surgery, Volume 2

Robert McDonnell - 1875 - 320 pages
...stopped, or much diminished. Suppose a worm in the bowels irritating their centripetal nerve-fibres : the irritation is propagated to the spinal cord, which...blood, an amaurosis. If, instead of the reflex action of the blood-vessels, there is an action on the tissues, as in the case of the experiments of Czermak...
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