Dislocation of the Lens, with Remarks on the Old Operation of Couching

E. Andrew
1882 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
If the stimulus be severe, however, it radiates beyond the vertiginous centre, and next involves the vomiting centre, producing nausea, if not actual vomiting. A still more severe Etimulus will travel further and involve the cardiac inhibitory centre, causing faintness, chilliness, and even syncope-the vital phenomena of auditory vertigo. The loss of
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