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" The excito-secretory action of the salt is probably due to the bitterness as well as to the irritant and specific properties of the salt, and not to osmosis. 3. The low diffusibility of the salt impedes the absorption of the secreted fluid. "
Medical consultation book - Page 43
by George P. Hachenberg - 1893 - 776 pages
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Therapeutics

Horatio Charles Wood - 1894 - 1007 pages
...osmosis. 3. The low diffusibility of the salt impedes the absorption of the secreted fluid. 4. Between stimulated secretion on the one hand, and impeded absorption on the other, there ia an accumulation of fluid in the canal. !>. The accumulated fluid, partly from ordinary dynamical...
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A Manual of pharmacology and therapeutics

William Murrell - 1896 - 516 pages
...participate in the action. The low-diffusibility of the salt impedes absorption of the fluid, so that between stimulated secretion on the one hand, and impeded...other, there is an accumulation of fluid in the canal. This fluid, partly from ordinary dynamical principles, and partly from gentle stimulation of peristaltic...
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A Manual of pharmacology and therapeutics Eng. ed

William Murrell - 1896 - 657 pages
...the action. The low diffusibility of the salt impedes the absorption of the fluid, so that between stimulated secretion on the one hand, and impeded absorption on the other, there ia an accumulation of fluid in the canal. This fluid, partly from ordinary dynamical principles and...
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The Medico-pharmaceutical Critic and Guide, Volume 11

1908
...to osmosis. 3. The low diffusibility of the salt impedes the absorption of the secretion. 4. Between stimulated secretion on the one hand and impeded absorption...the other, there is an accumulation of fluid in the bowel. 5. The accumulated fluid, partly by gravity and partly by peristalsis, reaches the rectum and...
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Pharmacology and therapeutics for students and practitioners of medicine

Horatio Charles Wood - 1912 - 429 pages
...the salt impedes the absorption of fluid; (3) between stimulated secretion on one hand, and lessened absorption on the other, there is an accumulation of fluid in the bowel; (4) the accumulated fluid, partly from ordinary dynamic laws, partly from a gentle stimulation...
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