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The role of the cerebellum in blood pressure regulation

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La stimulation du cervelet du lapin produit seulement des réactions hypertensives. Après la cérebellectomie, la stimulation périphérique provoque — au lieu d'une élévation — une chute de la pression sanguine. Les ondes de Meyer s'intensifient après l'extirpation du vermis et disparaissent après la cérébellectomie totale.

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Ramu, A., Bergmann, F. The role of the cerebellum in blood pressure regulation. Experientia 23, 383–384 (1967). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02144532

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Keywords

  • Blood Pressure
  • Pressure Regulation
  • Blood Pressure Regulation