On the Function of the Circle of Willis

@article{Kramer2003OnTF,
  title={On the Function of the Circle of Willis},
  author={Sage P. Kramer},
  journal={The Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={15},
  pages={348 - 364}
}
published his "Cerebri Anatome," in which he described, at the base of the brain, the arterial anastomosis which since then has borne his name. In this book, there is a very interesting description of an experiment? Carotidiek Arteries be laid bare on either side of the Cervix or the hinder part of the Head, so that their little Tubes' or Pipes, about half an inch long, may be exhibited together to the sight; then let a dyed liquor, and contained in a large Squirt or Pipe, be injected upwards… CONTINUE READING