A study of gastric stretch receptors; their role in the peripheral mechanism of satiation of hunger and thirst.

@article{Paintal1954ASO,
  title={A study of gastric stretch receptors; their role in the peripheral mechanism of satiation of hunger and thirst.},
  author={Amreek Paintal},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1954},
  volume={126 2},
  pages={
          255-70
        }
}
A number of investigators have shown that reflex respiratory, pupillary or vascular effects are produced by stimulating the central end of the vagi below the diaphragm (Brodie & Russell, 1900; Neumann, 1914; Carlson & Luckhardt, 1921; Harper, McSwiney & Suffolk, 1935), although these observations do not indicate that nerve fibres of the stomach are involved. However, Irving, McSwiney & Suffolk (1937) have shown clearly from a study of pupillary responses that sensory impulses in the vagus are… CONTINUE READING

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