پايگاه اطلاع رساني پيامبر اعظم صلي الله عليه و آله
دانشگاه امام صادق عليه السلام
ايران كنفرانس(مرجع همايشهاي داخلي و خارجي)
معاونت فرهنگي و اجتماعي وزارت علوم تحقيقات و فناوري

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In discussing the possible reflex influences upon the normal respiratory brief note upon the"Influence of Stimulation of the Vagus upon Respiration," Rosenbach proposes the theory that this nerve (the vagus) is the vaso-motor nerve of the bleeding medulla oblongata, and that it contains fibres which contract, and fibres which dilate the bloodvessels. Extirpation was performed as follows: A vertical incision, as for colotomy, was made from the last rib to the cyst iliac crest outside the (jiuidratus. The gardens, which were said to be one of the som-ces of supply for the inhabitants of Sebastopol, were most hcl carefully cultivated, and there is little doubt that the freedom with which the men partook of the fruit during the period they were encamped in this locality tended materially to predispose to the increase of Diarrhcea which ensued. Phosphate - besides the ordinary symptoms of croup, Pitcairn had suffered from painful deglutition and partial swelling of the fauces. In action it is antiseptic, slightly kaufen stimulant, antipasmodic, and anodyne.

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Some few cases may require a surgical operation before relief can while be obtained.

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