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“…The posterior center conserves heat by inducing vasoconstriction, shivering while the anterior center (preoptic anterior hypothalamic area) controls heat dissipation by stimulating caudal hypothalamic region, which induces vasodilation and sweating. [ 1 11 ] Destruction of the anterior center may cause hyperthermia, while posterior hypothalamic lesions may result in hypothermia. Persistent hypothermia or periodic hypothermia due to thermoregulatory dysfunction with assosiated hypothalamic damage has been well-recognized in the literature.…”
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“…The posterior center conserves heat by inducing vasoconstriction, shivering while the anterior center (preoptic anterior hypothalamic area) controls heat dissipation by stimulating caudal hypothalamic region, which induces vasodilation and sweating. [ 1 11 ] Destruction of the anterior center may cause hyperthermia, while posterior hypothalamic lesions may result in hypothermia. Persistent hypothermia or periodic hypothermia due to thermoregulatory dysfunction with assosiated hypothalamic damage has been well-recognized in the literature.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Recent observations strongly suggest that Ca++ ions play a unique role in specific neural control and other functions for which the brain is responsible, One relative comprehensive set of findings accumulated over the last 10 years implicates Ca++ ions In the establishment and maintenance of the steady-state and stable body temperature of 37 0 C (Myers, 1974b), commonly referred to as the "temperature set-point. "…”
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“…Re-plot of data from , presented in their Table 1 Studies of the physiology of calcium kinetics in living tissue show that the cation is very labile from the standpoint of both membrane and intracellular stores . The metabolism, activity, movement, or transport of calcium clearly reflects physiological events in the nervous system (Myers, 1974b). …”
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