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High blood-pressure after cerebral haemorrhage may therefore be a protection to the brain, not a disaster. [There is always a venous pulse in the brain, except under high pressure conditions. Shown by tracings from torcular Herophili. Intracraniai pressure is measured by manometer in a trephine hole. Normally equals venous pressure. Introduction of a very little fluid (or laminaria, which expands when wet) suffices to raise intracraniai pressure. —A big loss of blood causes transient fall of blood-pressure, with faintness, soon corrected by generalized vasoconstriction of arteries and veins.
They break up into smaller bronchi and bronchioles, lined by non-ciliated cubical epithelium. , space into which a bronchiole opens. ALVEOLI are dilatations of wall of infundibulum. Lined by flattened cells. Between adjacent alveoli are numerous capillaries. Surface area of lungs is 90 square metres. — 1. Contraction of diaphragm. Muscular dome moves down more than central tendon. 2. Elevation of 2nd to 5th pairs of ribs by external intercostale, interchondrals, and levatores costarum, and at same time outward rotation of them.
B. —Power of contraction varies with the stretch of the fibres during diastole. c. —Rate of heart-beat varies with stretch of fibres of right auricle—distention increases pulse-rate reflexly. These laws may be studied by the heart-lung preparation : it is possible to maintain an artificial circulation through the heart and lungs isolated from the body. — T H E VAGUS weakens and slows the beat. Section causes heart to beat more quickly. Action is principally, if not entirely, on auricle. May stop heart altogether, but it soon starts again.