volume 3, issue 2, P160-162 1881
DOI: 10.1113/jphysiol.1881.sp000089
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Abstract: WHEN in an animal a hemisection of the spinal cord is made, then hyperasthesia results on the side of section, and an anoesthesia on the opposite side. There have been many explanations offered of this phenomenon, none very satisfactory. Setschenowl, on the strength of his discovery in the frog of centres in the optic thalami and corpora quadrigemina inhibiting spinal reflex action, believed it was due to irritation and section of fibres carrying the inhibition, the irritation producing ansesthesia and the se…

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