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Ricerche fisiologiche sulla distribuzione periferica del nervo depressore aortico destro nel cane

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The periferal distribution of the right aortic nerve has been studied in physiological experiments on the dog. It has been found that after section of both Hering's nerves and left vago-depressor trunk and after denervation of the baroceptor area ofMuratori-Nonidez lying at the root of the right subclavian artery, the electrical stimulation of one splancnic nerve or the intravenous injection of adrenaline still produces a reflex bradycardia; moreover the cooling of the vagus nerve still results in a rise of the blood pressure. It is inferred that a group of baroceptor fibres of the right aortic nerve originate from areas situated in the aortic region.

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Pinotti, O., Bruno, F. Ricerche fisiologiche sulla distribuzione periferica del nervo depressore aortico destro nel cane. Experientia 13, 42–44 (1957). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02156957

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