Tonic Influence of Rostral Brain Structures on Pressure Regulatory Mechanisms in the Cat.

Abstract

Transection of vagi and carotid sinus nerves in anesthetized cats results in a rise of blood pressure and subsequent decerebration results in a fall. Decerebration alone results in a slight drop in blood pressure unchanged by subsequent nerve section. Rostral brain structures principally influence tonically brainstem mechanisms subserving baroreceptor… (More)

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