Physiology of the Fetus: Origin and Extent of Function in Prenatal Life

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PHYSIOLOGY OF THE FETUS
Origin and Extent of Function in Prenatal Life

By WILLIAM FREDERICK WINDLE Professor of Microscopic Anatomy, Northwestern University Medical School

ILLUSTRATED

W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY PHILADELPHIA AND LONDON 1940

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  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I - Introduction 1
  • References Cited 10
  • Chapter II - The Fetal Heart 11
  • References Cited 26
  • Chapter III - The Fetal Circulation 29
  • References Cited 47
  • Chapter IV - The Blood of the Fetus 49
  • References Cited 57
  • Chapter V - Fetal Respiration 59
  • References Cited 76
  • Chapter VI - Fetal Respiratory Movements 78
  • References Cited 96
  • Chapter VII - The Fetal Digestive System 99
  • References Cited 110
  • Chapter VIII - The Fetal Kidneys and Fluids. the Fetal Skin 112
  • References Cited 126
  • Chapter IX - The Fetal Muscles 128
  • References Cited 136
  • Chapter X - The Genesis of Function in the Nervous System 138
  • Early Reflexes in Mammalian Embryos 156
  • Chapter XI - Conditions Regulating Fetal Nervous Activity 158
  • References Cited 171
  • Chapter XII - Fetal Motor Reactions and Reflexes 173
  • References Cited 181
  • Chapter XIII - The Fetal Senses 183
  • Chapter XIV - The Fetal Endocrine Glands 191
  • References Cited 202
  • Chapter XV - Fetal Nutrition and Metabolism 206
  • References Cited 226
  • Index 229
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