Editorials and Medical Intelligence

Thomas Jeffreys
1845 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Vivisectionls, 4'r. in Paris.-Longet's lectures on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System, with vivisectiois, are extremiiely iiiterestin(g. He has devoted himself to this branch of science for several years, and at this time is unequalled in it. Hlis denionstrations are admirable, and by varying his experiments in almtost every possible manner, he has mnade sorme (liscoveries, and( exposed the errors of Alagendie, Alarshall Hall, Charles Bell, arid others. I saw hiin demotistrate the
more » ... in demotistrate the existence of an electrical currenit in the muscular tissues in the followingf mannter
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