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Experimental Critique of the Investigations on the Pulmonary Circulation Undertaken by Quincke and Pfeiffer, by Funke and Latschenberger, and by Bowditch and Garland 

Experimental Critique of the Investigations on the Pulmonary Circulation Undertaken by Quincke and Pfeiffer, by Funke and Latschenberger, and by Bowditch and Garland
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Experimental Critique of the Investigations on the Pulmonary Circulation Undertaken by Quincke and Pfeiffer, by Funke and Latschenberger, and by Bowditch and Garland
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Marcus E. Raichle

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199358984.003.0010
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date: 22 September 2020

This chapter shows the experimental critique of the investigations on the pulmonary circulation. The flow of blood into and out of the lungs is obviously critical for its effect on the cerebral circulation. Because of the confusion in the literature, the author extends experiments on the pulmonary circulation to clarify the matter. The author concludes that during inspiration, there is diminished resistance to blood flow within the lung.

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