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" The following are these different distinctions : — 1. Electricity is the only irritant which can excite, at one time sensation, and at another contraction, according to the direction in which it traverses a nerve. 2. The electric current alone, in passing... "
Progressive Medicine: A Scientific and Practical Treatise on Diseases of the ... - Page 40
by Ciro de Suzzara-Verdi - 1885 - 349 pages
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Lectures on the physical phenomena of living beings. Translated under the ...

Carlo MATTEUCCI - 1847
...at one time sensation, and at another contraction, according to the direction in which it traverses a nerve. 2. The electric current alone, in passing...nerve is prolonged. 4. The electric current alone can modify the excitability of a nerve, and even rapidly destroy it, when the current circulates in...
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The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Issues 21-22

William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan - Medicine - 1850
...current alone, in passing transversely across a nerve, produces no phenomena due to the excitability of a nerve. 3. The electric current has no effect on the...nerve is prolonged. 4. The electric current alone can modify the excitability of a nerve, and even rapidly destroy it, when the current circulates in...
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The Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 73

1850
...one time sensation, and at another contraction, according to the direction in which it traverses a nerve. "3. The electric current has no effect on the nerves, that is, it neither causes contraction r.or sensation, when its action on the nerve is prolonged. " 2. The electric current alone, in passing...
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Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 61

Medicine - 1860
...phenomena due to the excitability of a nerve. " 3d, The electric current has no effect on a nerve, t. в., it neither causes contraction nor sensation, when its action on the nerve is prolonged. "4th, The electric current alone, can have the power to modify the excitability of a nerve, and even...
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