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Organic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . s nuclei of the optic andmotor nerves of the eyeballs is all that is necessary. And the verycomplete system of association fibres joining these various nuclei toone another provides for such combinations of movement. Lesionswhich destroy these association fibres, especially lesions in the posteriorlongitudinal bundle, interfere with conjugate lateral motions. Lesionsin the nuclei themselves necessarily suspend consensual motions in anydirection, both reflex and voluntary. The connections of these nucleiare shown in Fig. 267. C
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Elements of biology; a practical Elements of biology; a practical text-book correlating botany, zoology, and human physiology elementsofbiolog00hunt Year: [c1907]  THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 407 and these, together with observations made on persons who had lost the power of movement of certain parts of the hodv, and who, after death, were found to have had diseases localized in certain' parts of the cerebrum, have given to us our knowledge on this sub- ject. Reflex Actions, their Meaning. — If through disease or for other reasons the cerebrum does not function, no will power is exerted, no intelligent
RMRWWFTMElements of biology; a practical Elements of biology; a practical text-book correlating botany, zoology, and human physiology elementsofbiolog00hunt Year: [c1907] THE NERVOUS SYSTEM 407 and these, together with observations made on persons who had lost the power of movement of certain parts of the hodv, and who, after death, were found to have had diseases localized in certain' parts of the cerebrum, have given to us our knowledge on this sub- ject. Reflex Actions, their Meaning. — If through disease or for other reasons the cerebrum does not function, no will power is exerted, no intelligent
Diseases of the nervous system - a text-book of neurology and psychiatry (1915)
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Organic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . constituent of all nerve fibres,for the majority of the nerves of the sympathetic system are devoid ofsuch sheaths. Nor does the myelin sheath of the nerves of the cerebro-spinal system extend from end to end of the axone. For the axonefirst receives its sheath at some little distance from the cell from whichit issues; and at its termination, where it breaks up into branching 38 TEE PEBIPHEEAL NEHVOUS SYSTEM. fibrils, the myelin envelope ceases. Throughout the course of thenerve, however, the myelin sheath is present in the ce
RM2AN58KNOrganic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . constituent of all nerve fibres,for the majority of the nerves of the sympathetic system are devoid ofsuch sheaths. Nor does the myelin sheath of the nerves of the cerebro-spinal system extend from end to end of the axone. For the axonefirst receives its sheath at some little distance from the cell from whichit issues; and at its termination, where it breaks up into branching 38 TEE PEBIPHEEAL NEHVOUS SYSTEM. fibrils, the myelin envelope ceases. Throughout the course of thenerve, however, the myelin sheath is present in the ce
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Organic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . he power of the heart to over-come, even while the arterial system is contracted, then, a weak rapidheart action, a relaxed arterial tension, and an irregular respiration arefollowed by collapse and death.^ The condition of the arterial tensionis therefore a good index of the degree of intracranial pressure. Atension of 220 mm. developed suddenly is dangerous and a tension of280 is fatal. Trephining is the only means of relieving intracranialpressure and may be resorted to successfully in cases of intracranialhemorrhage when t
RM2AN16TDOrganic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . he power of the heart to over-come, even while the arterial system is contracted, then, a weak rapidheart action, a relaxed arterial tension, and an irregular respiration arefollowed by collapse and death.^ The condition of the arterial tensionis therefore a good index of the degree of intracranial pressure. Atension of 220 mm. developed suddenly is dangerous and a tension of280 is fatal. Trephining is the only means of relieving intracranialpressure and may be resorted to successfully in cases of intracranialhemorrhage when t
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Organic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . toxin producedin the body in its effort to destroy the spirochseta pallida we cannotyet affirm. The determination of the syphilitic element as a factor in any ofthese various forms of nervous disease can now be made by the dis-covery of lymphocytes or of an increase of globulin^ in the cerebro-spinal 688 SYPHILIS OF THE NEBVOUS SYSTEM. fluid obtained by lumbar puncture, and also by the Wassermann testof the blood. And as therapeutic measures must be guided by thisdetermiuation, as well as the prognosis modified in any one case
RM2AMXTGAOrganic and functional nervous diseases; a text-book of neurology . toxin producedin the body in its effort to destroy the spirochseta pallida we cannotyet affirm. The determination of the syphilitic element as a factor in any ofthese various forms of nervous disease can now be made by the dis-covery of lymphocytes or of an increase of globulin^ in the cerebro-spinal 688 SYPHILIS OF THE NEBVOUS SYSTEM. fluid obtained by lumbar puncture, and also by the Wassermann testof the blood. And as therapeutic measures must be guided by thisdetermiuation, as well as the prognosis modified in any one case