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The influence of the adrenal medulla on the response of the gastric glands to painful stimulation

  • A. S. Yampol'skii
Pathological Physiology and General Pathology

Summary

The part played by the adrenals in the response of the gastric glands to painful stimulation was studied in dogs with Pavlov and Heidenhain pouches. Both painful stimulation and intravenous injection of epinephrine induced similar quantitative and qualitative changes of the gastric juice. Reflex secretion of epinephrine into the blood was prevented by removal of the right and denervation of the left adrenal gland, and it was then found that painful stimulation caused only insignificant and transitory changes of the gastric secretion. We therefore think that the adrenals participate in the response of the gastric glands to painful stimulation.

Keywords

Public Health Epinephrine Adrenal Gland Intravenous Injection Gastric Juice 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. S. Yampol'skii
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  1. 1.Department of Normal PhysiologyIvanovskii Medical InstituteIvanovskiiUSSR

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