Cardiovascular and respiratory responses evoked from the posterior cerebellar cortex and fastigial nucleus in the cat.

@article{Bradley1987CardiovascularAR,
  title={Cardiovascular and respiratory responses evoked from the posterior cerebellar cortex and fastigial nucleus in the cat.},
  author={David J. Bradley and Joanne Pascoe and Julian F R Paton and K. M. Spyer},
  journal={The Journal of physiology},
  year={1987},
  volume={393},
  pages={107-21}
}
1. In both anaesthetized and decerebrate cats the cerebellar cortex (lobules VI, VII, VIII, IX and X) and the fastigial nucleus (f.n.) have been stimulated electrically, and chemically, while recording changes in phrenic nerve discharge, heart rate, arterial blood pressure and renal and femoral blood flow. 2. Stimulation of lobules VI, VII, VIII and Xb failed to elicit any cardiovascular or respiratory changes. Activation of lobule IX (the uvula), and in some preparations sub-lobule Xa, evoked… CONTINUE READING

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