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" ... structure, and a capability of receiving and answering impulses. It excites involuntary motion primarily. If the impulses are strong, but still amount only to a perception, the ganglia can transmit them to the spinal marrow, and thence directly to... "
The nature and faculties of the sympathetic nerve - الصفحة 46
بواسطة Joseph Swan - 1847
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1847 - عدد الصفحات: 614
...independent system, and is a source of peculiar power. It derives its general diffusive influence, or nervous element, from the other parts of the nervous...stomachic plexuses, and from these by the par vagum to the ohlong medulla, and thence to the spinal marrow and its nerves, and produce vomiting. It, and especially...

The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

1847 - عدد الصفحات: 588
...transmit them to the spinal marrow, and thence dilectly to the voluntary muscles ; but if the impulses he stronger, and amount to pain, they may pass from the...ganglia to the stomachic plexuses, and from these hy the par vagum to the oblong medulla, and thence to the spinal marrow and its nerves, and produce...




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