Part I. Clinical Methods of Studying the Autonomic Nervous System.a. Investigations of the Autonomic System.b. Semidirect Studies of Autonomic System.c. Clinical Investigations of Autonomic System.d. Experimental Studies.e. Summary.f. Autonomic Symptoms and Signs.g. Conclusion.Part II. Gastroduodenal Ulcers and Autonomic Imbalance.a. Anatomy and Physiology of the Stomach.b. Production of Experimental Ulcers.c. Original Experimental Studies.d. Hypothesis.e. Therapeutics.
PART I. CLINICAL METHODS OF STUDYING THE AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
This work was undertaken in order to determine a method of studying the status of the autonomic system. An adequate, satisfactory method is not at hand. There are, however, rough qualitative observations that indicate that there is, in a high percentage of controls, a range of response in tissues supplied by the autonomic nervous system that can be accepted as a standard. In addition, it is evident from these experiments that under
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