Species differences in the reflex effects of lingual afferent nerve stimulation on lip blood flow and arterial pressure

@article{Koeda2003SpeciesDI,
  title={Species differences in the reflex effects of lingual afferent nerve stimulation on lip blood flow and arterial pressure},
  author={Satoko Koeda and Makoto Yasuda and Hiroshi Izumi},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology B},
  year={2003},
  volume={173},
  pages={629-636}
}
We evoked changes in lower lip blood flow and systemic arterial blood pressure by electrically stimulating the central cut end of the lingual nerve in artificially ventilated, urethane-anesthetized, cervically vago-sympathectomized cats, rats, rabbits, and guinea pig. The systemic arterial blood pressure changes were species-dependent: increases in rat, consistent decreases in rabbit and guinea pig, and variable among individuals in cat. In cat and rabbit, lip blood flow increases, which… CONTINUE READING
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