3 edition of elementary summary of physiology found in the catalog.
elementary summary of physiology
1825 by Printed for E. Cox and Son ...; sold also by T. and G. Underwood ...; Simpkin and Marshall ...; John Cox ...; and W. Stewart ..., Edinburgh in London .
Written in English
|Statement||by F. Magendie ; translated from the French,by J.S. Forsyth ...|
|Contributions||Forsyth, J. S., Davidson, John, Dr. (association)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1|
Indeed recent inquiries have rather diminished than increased its probability. It may be that some of the latter impulses are transmitted elementary summary of physiology book the solid structure of the skull to the organ of hearing; but before they reach it they must, under ordinary circumstances, have become so scanty and weak, that they may be left out of consideration. Eustachian tube; I. A physi-cian should be called at once. My object in writing them has been to set down, in plain and concise language, that which any person who desires to become acquainted with the principles of Human Physiology may learn, with a fair prospect of having but little to unlearn as our knowledge widens. To the naked eye the layer of blood upon the first slide will appear of a pale reddish colour, and quite clear and homogeneous.
Simple sensations of this kind are such as might be produced by the irritation of a single nerve-fibre, or of several nerve-fibres by the same agent. Osterweis, A. It is from this running of the corpuscles together into patches of network that the change noted above in the appearances of the layer of blood, viewed with a lens, arises. It teaches how man is begotten and born; how he attains maturity; and how he dies. Each of these fluids is little more than water. Red corpuscles puckered or crenate all over.
At first the clot is a uniform red jelly, but very soon drops of a clear yellowish watery-looking fluid make their appearance on the surface of the elementary summary of physiology book, and on the sides of the basin. And in each group of special sensations there are certain phenomena which arise out of the structure of the organ, and others which result from the operation of the central apparatus of the nervous system upon the materials supplied to it by the sensory organ. Still less does it give rise to any conception of form, or size, or force,  or of succession, or contemporaneity. By diluting the blood with water, or, still better, with water acidulated with acetic acid, the corpuscles are killed, and become distended, so that their real nature is shown.
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On the third slide, this process of coagulation will be found not to have taken place, the blood remaining as fluid as it was when it left the body. Broken icetied in a cloth and applied to the back of the neck andbetween the shoulder blades is the best remedy. Additionally, the book discusses their positive and negative association with the pathophysiology of various diseases.
When in this condition, if it be slightly pricked with a elementary summary of physiology book clean needle an operation which causes hardly any paina good-sized drop of blood will at once exude. Provided with this instrument, a hand lens, and some slips of thick and thin elementary summary of physiology book, the student will be enabled to follow the present Lesson.
An immense number of these filaments are set side by side, with great regularity, throughout the whole length of the scala media, so that this organ presents almost the appearance of a key-board, if viewed from either the scala vestibuli or the scala tympani. Each bag is filled with a fluid, and is also elementary summary of physiology book in a fluid which fills the cavity in which it is lodged.
AppletonPain is universal, and is present in practically every disease. The vibrations which are communicated to the malleus and the chain of ossicles may be of two kinds: vibrations of the particles of the bones, and vibrations of the bones as a whole.
We class sensations along with emotions, and volitions, and thoughts, under the common head of states of consciousness. When, on the other hand, the disks roll over and present their edges to the eye, they look like rods.
Thus, to return to the chain of auditory ossicles, while it seems hardly to be doubted that, when the membrane of the drum vibrates, they may be set vibrating both as a whole and in their particles, it depends upon subsidiary arrangements whether the large vibrations, or the minute ones, shall make themselves obvious to the auditory nerve, which is in the position of our deaf, or blind, man.
The membranous wall of the ampulla on which the epithelium rests. The long process, however, is so fixed to the stapes that it cannot vibrate without, to a corresponding extent and at the same rate, pulling this out of, and pushing it into, the fenestra ovalis.
The extent of the push is thereby somewhat diminished, but the force of the push is proportionately increased, in so confined a space this change is advantageous. The general direction of this axis is represented by the line a b in Fig. But it very frequently happens that we learn that something is going on, when a stimulus affects our afferent nerves, by having what we call a feeling or sensation.
To the naked eye the layer of blood upon the first slide will appear of a pale reddish colour, and quite clear and homogeneous. Thus it seems to be clear, that the coagulation of the blood, and the formation of fibrin, are caused primarily by the interaction of two substances or two modifications of the same substanceglobulin or fibrinoplastin and fibrinogen, the former of which may be obtained from the serum of the blood, and from some tissues of the body; while the latter is known, at present, only in the plasma of the blood, of the lymph, and of the chyle, and in fluids derived from them.
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And it would appear that the heat elementary summary of physiology book be transmitted through the epidermic or epithelial layer, to give rise to this sensation; for, just as touching a naked nerve, or the trunk of a nerve, gives rise only to pain, so heating or cooling an exposed nerve, or the trunk of a nerve, gives rise not to a sensation of heat or cold, but simply to pain.
It is suggested that the fibres of Corti are competent to perform the function of such tuning-forks; that each of them is set vibrating to its full strength by a particular kind of wave sent through the perilymph, and by no other; and that each affects a particular fibre of the elementary summary of physiology book nerve only.
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The fibres of the cochlear nerve may be excited by internal causes, such as the varying pressure of the blood and the like: and in some persons such internal influences do give rise to veritable musical spectra, sometimes of a  very intense character.
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