VII.—Influence of the Vagus upon the Vascular System

William Rutherford
1870 Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh  
The innervation of the vascular system is a subject which has engrossed the attention of physiologists ever since the days of Galen. Yet, notwithstanding the number of distinguished observers who have contributed to our knowledge of this difficult topic, there are still many points of the greatest importance which are enveloped in the deepest obscurity, and not a few regarding which opinions are much at variance.
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