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" When the influence of the brain is cut off, the secretion of urine appears to cease, and no heat is generated; notwithstanding the functions of respiration, and the circulation of the blood continue to be performed, and the usual changes in the appearance... "
The Medical and Physical Journal: Containing the Earliest Information on ... - Página 67
1811
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volumen101

Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1811 - 462 páginas
...necessary to the action of the heart. a. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration is under its influence,...cease, and no heat is generated ; notwithstanding the functions of respiration, and the circulation of the 'blood continue to be performed, and the usual...
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A Journal of Natural Philosophy, Chemistry and the Arts, Volúmenes29-30

William Nicholson - 1811 - 866 páginas
...necessary to the action of the heart. 2. When (he brain Is injured or removed, (he action of Hu- luMri ceases, only because respiration is under its influence, and if under these circumstances respiration is arficlally produced, the circulation will still continue. 3. When the influence of the brain is cut...
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The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery: And Collateral ..., Volumen1

John Ware - 1812 - 458 páginas
...necessary to the action of the heart. 5. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is under its influence,...cease, and no heat is generated ; notwithstanding the functions of respiration and the circulation of the blood continue to be performed, and the usual...
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Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volumen8

1812 - 564 páginas
...necessary to the action of the heart. " 2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration is under its influence,...to cease, and no heat is generated; notwithstanding the functions of respiration, and the circulation of the blood continue to be performed, and the usual...
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The Critical Review: Or, Annals of Literature

1812 - 708 páginas
...necessary to the action of the heart. ' 2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases, only because respiration is under its influence,...artificially produced, the circulation will still continue.' These propositions we cannot help thinking somewhat too broad. It is not pretended that the circulation...
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Memoirs of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester

1813 - 524 páginas
...accessary to the action of the heart. "2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is under its influence,...to cease, and no heat is generated; notwithstanding the functions of respiration and the circulation of the blood continue to be performed, and the usual...
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Memoirs of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society

Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society - 1813 - 550 páginas
...neceuary to the action of the heart. "2. When the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is under its influence,...produced, the circulation will still continue. " 3. When th« influence of the brain is cut off} the secretion of urine appears to cease, and no heat is generated...
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The Annals of Philosophy, Volumen1

Thomas Thomson - 1813 - 514 páginas
...this conclusion unavoidable. 2. That when the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is under its influence...produced, the circulation will Still continue. 3. That when the influence of the brain is cut off, the secretion of urine appears to cease, and no heat...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volumen1

Thomas Thomson - 1813 - 530 páginas
...this conclusion unavoidable. 2. That when the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is under its influence;...respiration is artificially produced, the circulation will ttill continue. 3. That when the influence of the brain is cut off, the secretion of urine appears...
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The New-York Medical Magazine, Volumen1

1815 - 384 páginas
...this conclusion unavoidable. 2. That, when the brain is injured or removed, the action of the heart ceases only because respiration is under its influence;...produced, the circulation will still continue. 3. That when the influence of the brain is cat off, this secretion of urine appears to cease, and no heat...
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