A human experiment in nerve division
|A human experiment in nerve division (1908)
|Brain, XXXI., pp. 323-450|
- CHAPTER I.—HISTORY OF THE CASE.
- CHAPTER II.—METHODS OP EXAMINATION.
- CHAPTER III.—THE PHENOMENA OF DEEP SENSIBILITY.
- CHAPTER IV.—PROTOPATHIC SENSIBILITY.
- Section 1.—Borders of Dissociated Sensibility.
- Section 2.—Pain.
- Section 3.—Heat and Cold.
- Section 4. —Hair-Sensibility.
- Section 5.—The Sensibility of the Glans penis.
- CHAPTER V.—EPICRITIC SENSIBILITY.
- Section 1.—Tactile Sensibility.
- Section 2.—Thermal Sensibility.
- Section 3.—The Compass-Test.
- Section i.—The Sensibility of the Triangle.
- CHAPTER VI.—TROPHIC, VASOMOTOR, AND PILOMOTOR CHANGES.
- Section 1.—Vasomotor and Trophic Disturbances of the Skin.
- Section 2.—The Pilomotor Reflex.
- CHAPTER VII.—ADAPTATION TO HEAT AND COLD.
- CHAPTER VIII.—LOCALIZATION AND SPACIAL DISCRIMINATION.
- CHAPTER IX.— INTENSITY.
- CHAPTER X.—PUNCTATE SENSIBILITY.
- Section 1.—Heat- and Cold-Spots.
- Section 2.—Pain-Spots,
- Section 3.—Touch-Spots.
- CHAPTER XI.—GENERAL THEORETICAL CONCLUSIONS.
- Section 1. —The Integration of Afferent Impulses.
- Section 2.—Sensory and Non-sensory Afferent Impulses.
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