Cervical Sympathetic Nerve. I. Experimental Observations on Animals with Results. A. Oculo-pupillary Branches.—The experimental investigation of the functions of the Cervical Sympathetic Nerve begins, as is well known, with Pour-four du Petit,† who, in the year 1727, showed that it exercises considerable control over the movements of the pupil.
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