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" The patient becomes sleepy, insensible, and may die in a state of profound apoplexy. Life is, however, often saved by drenching the body with cold water, and applying ice to the head. The overheated blood is thereby cooled, and the medulla roused from... "
Physician and patient (Boston, Mass.) - Page 4
1880 - 104 pages
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The Library Magazine, Volume 3

Choice literature - 1880
...the head. The overheated blood is thereby cooled, and the medulla roused from its torpid condition. The movements of swallowing, which require for their...the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form words. These facts are well illustrated by the symptoms of a peculiar disease which,...
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Functions of the Brain: A Popular Essay

Julius Althaus - Neurophysiology - 1880 - 44 pages
...the head. The over-heated blood is thereby cooled, and the medulla roused from its torpid -condition. The movements of swallowing, which require for their...physiognomical play of the muscles of the face, and for articulate speech, that is, the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...1879, p. 1023, that the medulla oblongata contains the nerve-centre which controls the formation of articulate speech, that is, the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form words. These facts are well illustrated by the symptoms of a peculiar disease which,...
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King's College Lectures on Elocution: Or, The Physiology and Culture of ...

Charles John Plumptre - Elocution - 1881 - 487 pages
...1879, P- I023> triat tne medulla oblongafa :ontains the nerve-centre which controls the formation of articulate speech, that is, the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form words. These facts are well illustrated by the symptoms of a peculiar disease which,...
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Memory, what it is and how to Improve it

David Kay - Memory - 1888 - 334 pages
...action for the bloodvessels. The insensible perspiration of the skin is likewise under its influence. The movements of swallowing, which require for their...the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form words. All these different functions of the medulla are automatical or mechanical...
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Memory, what it is and how to Improve it

David Kay - Memory - 1888 - 334 pages
...action for the bloodvessels. The insensible perspiration of the skin is likewise under its influence. The movements of swallowing, which require for their...the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form words. All these different functions of the medulla are automatical or mechanical...
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The Prison Question

Charles Howell Reeve - Crime - 1890 - 194 pages
...heat-stroke and causes death. The medulla controls the movements of swallowing; it contains the center for the physiognomical play of the muscles of the face and another for articulated words. All of its functions are mechanical or automatic, and will continue when the higher...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 29; Volume 144

1880
...the head. The overheated blood is thereby cooled, and the medulla roused from its torpid condition. The movements of swallowing, which require for their...the pronunciation of vowels and consonants in such fashion as to form words. These facts are well illustrated by the symptoms of a peculiar disease which,...
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