Contains 9 Results:
Contraction and Evacuation of the Gall Bladder in the Rabbit Following the Intravenous Injection of Cholecystokinin, 1938
A technique to test the vestibular apparatus of a man in his mid- to late 20s is demonstrated in this black and white, silent film. Cold water is injected into the man’s left ear canal with a syringe. Onset of nystagmus (rapid and involuntary eye movements) begins after about twenty seconds. Intertitles describe the procedure.
From the Department of Otolaryngology, Northwestern University Medical School.
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.
This black and white sound film provides an overview of the human skeleton, detailing how groups of bones work together to provide movement and protection for organs. A model skeleton, footage of male aquatic athletes, and fluoroscopy are used.
Coronet instructional films, educational collaborator Barry J. Anson, PhD, Professor of Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical School.