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Chronic experiments were performed on rabbits to study changes in intraocular pressure, the coefficient of flow conductivity, and the chamber fluid minute volume during chronic emotional stress induced by long-lasting repeated electrical stimulation of the ventromedial nucleus of the hypothalamus alone and in combination with electrical stimulation of the(More)
Changes in intraocular pressure, eye hydrodynamics and the amount of hypophyseal, thyroid, adrenal and pancreatic hormones were studied during continuous stimulation of amygdaloid complex or after administration of angiotensin II into the structure in rabbits. The effects involved changes in hormonal homeostasis and elevation of intraocular pressure due to(More)
Prolonged electrical stimulation of the lateral amygdaloid nucleus increased the intraocular pressure, the secretion of the intraocular fluid and the amount of proteins and glycosaminoglycans in it. Bilateral electrolysis of the lateral amygdaloid nucleus caused a resistant decrease of the intraocular pressure due to reduced secretion and to increase of the(More)
In acute experiments on cats, changes of the arterial pressue (AP), intracardiac pressure (ICP), and of the blood flow rate following a nociceptive stimulus (NS), electrical stimulation of the lateral nucleus of amygdala (AL), and the combination of these stimuli before and after application of strychnine and potassium chloride on sensorimotor cortical(More)
In cats, nociceptive stimulation and stimulation of amygdala elicited pressor reaction which was much more obvious at the combination of these stimuli. In sympathectomized animals, these stimuli produced a weaker pressor reaction. Combination of sympathetic nerve stimulation with the nociceptive stimulation and stimulation of amygdaloid complex elicited(More)