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491 process proceeded. In one, however, it attained so great a I predominance that the tracing could not have ben distinguished from one of the second stage of asphyxia. The record (Fig. 7) affords evidence of complete abolition of the normal element, but even here it could he seen, by watching I the laryngeal movements, that the automatic centre was I not entirely paralysed; for its inspiratury mandate, though it was neglected by the diaphragm, was punctually obeyeri by the posteriordoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)21257-x fatcat:efeeietk4zhxveqkzakynb6kfi