volume 2, issue 1, P42-90 1879
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1879.sp000045
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Abstract: , U.S. (Plates II. and III.) I. Secretory Functions. SINCE Goltz' first observed that stimulation of the pelipheral end of the divided sciatic trunk of a young kitten produced sweating of the ball of the foot, the attention of many observers (Luchsinger, Nawrocki, Vulpian and others) has been directed to the relationships of the nervous system to the sudoriparous glands. The following experiments, though traversing in part the ground of previous investigators, were made mainly with the object of finding th…

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