Helen S. Cox BSc

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Primary autonomic failure is a heterogenous group of diseases with evidence for lesions in both the central and peripheral elements of the autonomic nervous system. We determined the extent of peripheral sympathetic dysfunction in six patients with primary autonomic failure without clinical evidence of central nervous system involvement (pure autonomic(More)
Radiotracer methods were used to measure the rates of regional release of adrenaline and noradrenaline into plasma in man. This was done as a partial test of a theory of essential hypertension pathogenesis which envisages an important cotransmitter function for neuronally released adrenaline. In healthy resting men no release of adrenaline could be detected(More)
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