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Physiology and Pathology of the Sympathetic System of Nerves

  • A. Eulenburg (a1), P. Guttmann (a2) and A. Napier (a3)
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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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“Mèm de l' Acad, des Sciences,” 1727, p. 1.

Intorno all' influenza che hanno sull' occhio i due nervi grande simpatico e vago.—“Diss. Inaug.” Paris, 1846.

§ Bewegungen des Iris.—“Braunschweig,” 1855.

| Versuch einer physiologischen Pathologic der Nerven, ii., p. 154.

It should be stated that it was for this Essay that the Astley Cooper Prize for 1877 was originally awarded to Drs. Eulenburg and Gattmann—a decision, however, which was subsequently overthrown on the technical ground that the paper was the work of two authors, and not of one only—as the terms of Sir A. Cooper's will seem to require. This essay having been handed in in October, 1876, there are no references to any papers on the subject written since then.

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Physiology and Pathology of the Sympathetic System of Nerves

  • A. Eulenburg (a1), P. Guttmann (a2) and A. Napier (a3)
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