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On the Infundibulum, the Glandule That Receives the Cerebral Phlegm, and the Other Ducts That Cleanse It 

On the Infundibulum, the Glandule That Receives the Cerebral Phlegm, and the Other Ducts That Cleanse It
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On the Infundibulum, the Glandule That Receives the Cerebral Phlegm, and the Other Ducts That Cleanse It
Author(s):

Marco Catani

and Stefano Sandrone

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199383832.003.0023
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date: 18 May 2021

Just below the centre of your brain, level with the back of your eyes, is one of life’s great double acts. It consists of two small cerebral structures: one the master who receives the information, the other the servant who responds to it. Together they work, day after day, night after night, attempting to guarantee your survival whatever the environment throws at you. This axis is a control centre that processes information from many areas of the brain and body and play a vital role in helping our bodies adjust to external and internal conditions.

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