Using surgery to identify the neural anatomy governing cardiovascular and respiratory function
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Mr Jonathan A. Hyam discusses using surgery to identify the neural anatomy governing cardiovascular and respiratory function. Mr Hyam gives an overview of modern surgical techniques and explains how they can help identify neural circuitry controlling physiology and discusses how surgery can identify signals within nuclei.
This lecture was the 'Gordon Holmes Prize Meeting' at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Date of lecture: 28th April 2016
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