1916 Journal of the American Medical Association  
same structure is confus¬ ing at times. For instance, we find : "The gullet has no tac¬ tile sensibility. Carminatives, hydrochloric, lactic and acetic acids produce no sensation in it. The esophagus is sensi¬ tive to thermal stimulation ; alcohol produces a burning sen¬ sation in the gullet," etc. These small criticisms, however, detract little from the merit of the work as a whole.
doi:10.1001/jama.1916.02580270057036 fatcat:x2gsbwbg6ffcrassisor6oxiga