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" On the basis of these observations, hibernation may be ascribed to a seasonal physiological wave of pluriglandular inactivity. The essential role may perhaps be ascribed to the pituitary body, not only for the reason that the most striking histological... "
Nervous and Mental Disease Monograph Series - Page 116
1915
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The Journal of Experimental Medicine, Volume 22

Medicine - 1915
...CONCLUSIONS. On the basis of these observations hibernation may be ascribed to a seasonal physiological wave of pluriglandular inactivity. The essential role...of symptoms comparable to those of hibernation. THE JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE VOL. XXII. PLATE 1. -. FIG. i. FIG. 2. hing and (loetsch : Hibernation...
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American Journal of Physiology, Volume 41

Physiology - 1916
...perhaps be ascribed to the pituitary body not only because the most striking histologic change appears in this structure but also because deprivation of...series, produces a group of symptoms comparable to hibernation. In our experiments the spermophile was selected because of its great prevalence locally....
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Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic, Volume 8

Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) - 1917
...perhaps be ascribed to the pituitary body not only because the most striking histologic change appears in this structure, but also because deprivation of the secretion of this gland alone, of the entire ductless-gland series, produces a group of symptoms comparable to hibernation. In our experiments the...
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Albany Medical Annals, Volume 36

Medical Society of the County of Albany (N.Y.) - Medicine - 1915
...these observations the authors believe that hibernation may be ascribed to a seasonal physiological wave of pluriglandular inactivity. The essential role...group of symptoms comparable to those of hibernation. Late Poisoning with Chloroform and Other Alkyl Halides in Relationship to the Halogen Acids Formed...
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General Medicine, Volume 1

1915
...pituitary body, not only for the reason that the changes in this structure are particularly apparent, but because deprivation of the secretion of this gland alone of the entire series, is known to produce a train of symptoms comparable to those of hibernation. In connection with...
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Western Medical Review, Volume 19, Issue 4

1914
...pituitary body, not only for the reason that the changes in this structure are particularly apparent, but because deprivation of the secretion of this gland alone of the entire series, is known to produce a train of symptoms comparable to those of hibernation. In connection with...
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Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine, Volume 11

Physiology - 1914
...pituitary body, not only for the reason that the changes in this structure are particularly apparent but because deprivation of the secretion of this gland alone of the entire series produces a train of symptoms comparable to those of hibernation. 15 (832) The pars anterior...
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