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The effect of the nervous system on the course of experimental ascarls intoxication



The effect of the nervous system on the course of experimental ascarls intoxication



Med Parazitol [Moscow] 24(2): 108-114



Extract of dried ascaris at 0.2 to 0.6 g per kg was fed to 13 decorticate dogs with isolated stomachs (method of Pavlov and Klemensevich Heidenhain) and gastric fistulas, and to 14 normal dogs. Observations were made of changes in the concentration of blood urea and gastric juice. Irrigating the mucous membrane of the stomach with ascaris extract when the stomach innervation was kept intact led to vomiting, dilatation of the pupils, cyanosis, and a decrease in quantity and acidity of the gastric juice. On irrigation of an anesthetized portion of the mucous membrane, no changes were observed, showing the reflex character of these changes. Ascaris intoxication in decorticate dogs and those with disruption of the higher nervous activity (experimental psychosis) caused a more abrupt upset of secretory and excretory functions than in healthy dogs. Normalization of the disturbed processes of the central nervous system (use of NaBr, artificial sleep, etc.) led to reestablishment of normal stomach function.

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