On the Employment of Nitrite of Amyl in the Collapse of Cholera

T. L. Brunton
1872 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
turn to be agn replaced. All the structures and organs of the body undrgo ceaseless destruction and ceaseless reparation; and the nervous sytem itself; the brain, the organ of thought and of volition; the cerebellum, the co-ordinator of muscular motion; the spinal cord; and the ganglia from which stimuli ase conveyed to the digestive, circulatory, and secreting organs-all are in this constant condition of trnnsition.
doi:10.1136/bmj.1.576.42 fatcat:vlcymf7f2bc25fzdf5ibtm5xfe