Studies in Denervation: B.-the Circulation in Denervated Digits.

  • J Doupe
  • Published 1943 in Journal of neurology and psychiatry


IN his address, The Relation of Physiology to Medicine, Lewis (1939) has suggested that one of the functions of a good hypothesis is to stimulate further investigations. Such an hypothesis was presented by Lewis and Pickering (1936) in an endeavour to explain why sympathectomized limbs stay warm while denervated digits become cold. The present paper, which… (More)


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