Movements of the Alimentary Tract in Experimental Animals, 1928
Scope and Contents
Warning: graphic content of surgical operations on various research animals.
A grainy black and white silent film in which the vagus nerve is stimulated in three animals—a dog, a rabbit, and a cat—effects on stomachs and intestines are observed. Intertitle cards point out specific movements of note, such as peristalsis and segmentation.
- Petrolagar Laboratories (Producer, Organization)
- Luckhardt, A. B. (Producer, Person)
- Carlson, Anton J. (Anton Julius), 1875-1956 (Producer, Person)
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1 Reels : 18:15 minutes, black & white, silent, acetate base ; 16mm, 427 ft.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Immediate Source of Acquisition
See accession record 2018-18-080.
Existence and Location of Copies
One 16mm copy.
Film canister is labeled Movements of the Stomach in the Dog Under Nerve Stimulation (Vagus) by Andrew Ivy, a title taken from the first title card. This was likely a supplied title and creator. NLM holds a Spanish language version of the film, from which we have taken the creation information.
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