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In this series of five lectures, Professor Anrep takes a well deserved place among a group of brilliant and distinguished men who have delivered the Lane medical lectures since 1896. His contribution provides additional distinction for the series. The subject is discussed under the topics proprioceptive mechanism of cardiovascular regulation, respiratory regulation of the heart rate, dynamics of the coronary circulation, coronary blood flow and blood flow through the skeletal and plain muscles. The work is almost entirely that of Professor Anrep and his colleagues, although there is liberal reference to similar work in other laboratories. The tasks have been carried out with meticulous care and attention to detail. No statement is made that is not proved to the satisfaction of the author; and the author is a severe critic. To the clinician he offers much material for careful thought and not a little opportunity for clinical investigation. The clinical
Lane Medical Lectures: Studies in Cardiovascular Regulation. JAMA. 1937;108(13):1138. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780130122026
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