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In man, about 110 mm. of Hg in arleries (diastolic, about 70) ; 22 in capillaries ; 10 in veins of arm ; 5 to — 8 in big veins of neck. After middle life pressure rises. Pressure in veins of legs in man standing is much higher than in arms. [In dogs, arterial pressure is about 120 mm. ; venous pressure in peripheral veins, 4 mm. —By means of Riva-Rocci sphygmomanometer, consisting of rubber bag covered with canvas tied round arm, connected with pressure pump and mercury gauge. a. Pump up pressure till pulse at wrist just goes and comes back.
Consists of pavement endothelium resting on a fibrous membrane ; in some mammals Purkinje fibres are also present. 2. —Consists of oblong cells, faintly striated both longitudinally and transversely, often branching, and probably forming a syncytium, with nuclei at intervals. The muscle is arranged in rings round the ventricles and auricles. There is no connection between the musculature of the auricles and of the ventricles except a band of specialized muscle, the auriculo-ventricular bundle (of His, Kent, or Tawara ; Kent describes a second smaller bundle to the right).
Pulmonary blood-pressure is low, because capillaries are large. Intracraniai Circulation. — Being enclosed in bone, the quantity of blood inside the skull cannot vary, except for trifling changes due to escape of cerebrospinal fluid along nerve-root sheaths, and pulsating fontanelle in infants. If encroached upon by a foreign body, depressed bone, or blood-clot, there must be so much the less blood circulating. Vasomotor nerves in brain are either feeble or absent ; the vasoconstrictor action of adrenalin and acetyl-choline is also feeble or absent.