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" 3. Their action on the nervous system consists in, firstly, irritating, and secondly, paralysing, the peripheral sensory nerves and posterior roots of the spinal nerves. They have no direct action on the brain or the vaso-motor nerves. They increase... "
The British Journal of Homoeopathy - Page 44
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Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

Nervous system - 1879
...vagus. 2. They have no direct action on the heart, and only afl'ect that viscas secondarily, through the medium of the lungs. 3. Their action on the nervous system consists in first, irritating, and secondly, paralyzing the peripheral sensory nerves and posterior roots of Uie...
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Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease

Nervous system - 1879
...vagus. 3. They have no direct action on the heart, and only affect that viscus secondarily, through the medium of the lungs. 3. Their action on the nervous system consists in first, irritating, anJ secondly, paralyzing the peripheral sensory nerves and posterior roots of the...
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The Practitioner A Journal of Therapeutics and Public Health

T.Lauder Brunton,M.D.,F.R.S. - 1879
...vagus. 2. They have no direct action on the heart, and only affect that viscus secondarily, through the medium of the lungs. 3. Their action on the nervous...motor nerves and of the motor columns of the cord. 4. They do not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increase the irritability of voluntary...
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Medical Summary, Volume 1

1880
...and only affect that viscus secondarily, through the medium of the lungs. and secondly paralyzing, the peripheral sensory nerves and posterior roots...motor nerves, and of the motor columns of the cord. 4. They do not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increase the irritability of voluntary...
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THE BRITISH JOURNAL OF HOMCEOPATHY

R. E. DUDGEON - 1883
...vagus. " 2. They have no direct action on the heart, and only affect that viscus secondarily through the medium of the lungs. " 3. Their action on the nervous...motor nerves and of the motor columns of the cord. " 4. They do not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increase the irritability of voluntary...
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Physiological Materia Medica: Containing All that is Known of the ...

William H. Burt - Homeopathy - 1883 - 992 pages
...secondly, paralyzing, the peripheral sensory nerves, and posterior roots of the spinal nerves. Increases the irritability of the peripheral motor nerves, and of the motor columns of the cord. Does not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increases the irritabili', y of the voluntary...
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A Cyclopaedia of drug pathogenesy, Volume 1

1886
...respiration, by their influence on the respiratory centre and peripheral sensory branches of the vagus. c. Their action on the nervous system consists in firstly...secondly paralysing the peripheral sensory nerves and post, roots of the spinal nerves. They have no direct action on the brain or the vaso-motor nerves....
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Physiological Materia Medica, Containing All that is Known of the ...

William H. Burt - Homeopathy - 1896 - 1126 pages
...secondly, paralyzing, the peripheral sensory nerves, and posterior roots of the spinal nerves. Increases the irritability of the peripheral motor nerves, and of the motor columns of the cord. Does not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increases the irritability of the voluntary...
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The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 101

Medicine - 1879
..." (2.) They have no direct action on the heart, and only affect that viscus secondarily through the medium of the lungs. " (3.) Their action on the nervous...system consists in, firstly, irritating, and, secondly, paralyzing, the peripheral sensory nerves and posterior roots of the spinal nerves. They have no direct...
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Physiological Materia Medica

W. H. Burt - Homeopathic - 2003 - 992 pages
...secondly, paralyzing, the peripheral sensory nerves, and posterior roots of the spinal nerves. Increases the irritability of the peripheral motor nerves, and of the motor columns of the cord. Does not induce muscular paralysis, but, on the contrary, increases the irritabilily of the voluntary...
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