A Synopsis of Physiology by A. Rendle Short and C. I. Ham (Auth.) PDF

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Iii. Impulses from the larynx, pharynx, and nose due to irritation of the mucous membrane. , coughing. , during swallowing. Stimulation of nasal mucous membrane may cause inhibition of respiration ; if the stimulus is a harmful gas, this is a protective mechanism. Sneezing is frequently caused by stimulation of the nasal mucous membrane. [iv. Stimulation of walls of external auditory meatus, as by a plug of wax, frequently results in coughing, owing to irritation of auricular branch of vagus. v.

A) Increased rate and depth of respiration, even at rest ; (b) Increased heart-rate, and slightly increased systolic blood-pressure ; (c) Gradual increase in number of red blood-corpuscles. Also occurs in diving birds. 57 CHAPTER VI. VOICE. —Thick bands of yellow elastic tissue covered with stratified epithelium. In man they are about 15 mm. long, in woman about 11 mm. Ventricles of larynx act as resonating chambers, aided by nasopharynx, mouth, and accessory sinuses of nose. —Mirror used to examine larynx ; gently presses up the soft palate.

A) Increased rate and depth of respiration, even at rest ; (b) Increased heart-rate, and slightly increased systolic blood-pressure ; (c) Gradual increase in number of red blood-corpuscles. Also occurs in diving birds. 57 CHAPTER VI. VOICE. —Thick bands of yellow elastic tissue covered with stratified epithelium. In man they are about 15 mm. long, in woman about 11 mm. Ventricles of larynx act as resonating chambers, aided by nasopharynx, mouth, and accessory sinuses of nose. —Mirror used to examine larynx ; gently presses up the soft palate.

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