Change in higher nervous activity and bile formation in dogs with experimental cholecystitis
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Two dogs with fistulae of the gallbiadder and established stereotypes of salivary conditioned reflexes were studied. Observations demonstrated that in case of cholecystitis caused by one of two irrigations of the mucous membrane of the galibladder with a 5% solution of silver nitrate, positive conditioned reflexes were lowered, differentiation was disinhibited for a long time (several months), bile formation in the liver was decreased, and the motor activity of the galibiadder was lowered.
KeywordsPublic Health Nitrate Motor Activity Cholecystitis Mucous Membrane
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