Studies in the Osteopathic
The Nerve Centers: Volume
Louisa Burns, M.S., D.O., D.Sc.O.
ABRAMS, A.—Spondylotherapy, 1910.
ASHMORE, EDYTHE.—American Osteopathic Association; Case Reports.
AYERS, H., AND JULIA WORTHINGTON.—The Finer Anatomy of the Brain of
Bdellostoma Dombeyi; American Journal of Anatomy, January, 1911.
BABLER, E. A.—Report of Thirteen Cases of Hemiplegia Following Head
Injury; Journal of American Medical Association, April 1, 1911.
BARKER, L. F.—The Nervous System and Its Constituent Neurons; 1899.
BARNE, G. E.—New Theory of the Etiology of Achylia Gastrica; New York
Medical Journal, August 20, 1910.
BLISS, PEARL A.—The Vaso-motor Nerves of the Lung; Journal of American
Osteopathic Association, August 1910.
BROOKS, H. ST. J.—The Nervous System; Morris’ Anatomy.
BURNS, L.—The metabolism of the Neuron; Southern California Academy
of Sciences, May, 1905.
How Osteopathic Lesions Affect Eye Tissues; American Osteopathic Association,
Viscero-somatic and Somato-visceral Spinal Reflexes; Journal of American
Osteopathic Association, October, 1907.
Immediate Effects of Bony Lesions. Report of the A. T. Still Research ,
Bony Lesions and Adenoids; American Osteopathic Association, San Francisco,
CANNON, W. G.—The Motor Activities of the Stomach and Small Intestines
After Splanghnic and Vagus Section; American Journal of Physiology, 1906.
CARLSON, A. J.—Changes in the Nissl Substance of the Retina During Prolonged
Stimulation; American Journal of Anatomy, Vol. II, No. 3.
CLARK, M.E.—Osteopathic Gynecology. Applied Anatomy.
CECONI, A.—Cerebellar Tumors Without Special Symptoms; Polyclinico,
Rome, October 9, 1910.
COGHILL, G. K.—Recent Studies in the Finer Structure of the Nerve Cell;
Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology, April, 1904.
CRILE, G. E.—Graves’ Disease; Journal of American Medical Association,
March 4, 1911.
DANA, C. L.—Interpretation of Pain and the Dysethesias; Journal of American
Medical Association, March 18, 1911.
Text-book of Nervous Diseases and Psychiatry, 1908.
DUFUR, J. I.—Reflexes; Journal of American Osteopathic Association,
DANDY, W. E.—A Human Embryo with Seven Pairs of Somites; American Journal
of Anatomy, January, 1910.
EDINGER, L.—Central Nervous System of Man and of Vertebrates in General;
EMERY, R. D.—Clinic Lectures; The Pacific College of Osteopathy.
ERLANGER, J.—On the Union of a Spinal Nerve with the Vagus; American
Journal of Physiology, June, 1905.
ESSICK, C. R.—The Corpus Ponto-bulbare; American Journal of Anatomy,
GAGE, SUSANNA P.—A Three Weeks’ Human Embryo, with Especial References
to the Brain and Nephric System; American Journal of Anatomy, 1905.
GATES, GERTRUDE L.—Osteopathy in Gynecology; Western Osteopath, May,
GOLDTHWAITE, J. E.—The Lumbo-sacral Articulation; Boston Medical and
Surgical Journal, March 16, 1911.
GORDINIER, H. G.—Anatomy of the Central Nervous System; 1899.
GRANT, W. W.—Traumatic Facial Paralysis; Anaastomosis of Facial Nerve
to Spinal Accessory; Journal of American Medical Association, October,
GRAUDAUER, K.—Inhibiting influence of Emotions on Gastric Secretion;
Deutsches Archiv fur Klinische Medizin, Leipsic.
GRAY, E. J.—Lesions Affecting the Stomach and Their Correction; Journal
of Osteopathic Association, March 1911.
GREENE, C. W.—Kirke’s Hand-book of Physiology, 1910.
HALLLIBURTON, W. D.—Biochemistry of Muscle and Nerve; 1904.
Text-book of Physioilogy; 1909.
HARDESTY, I.—On the Development and Nature of the Neuroglia; American
Journal of Anatomy, July, 1904.
HARRISON, R. G.—An Experimental Study of the Relation of the Nervous
System to the Developing Musculature in the Embryo of the Frog; American
Journal of Anatomy, June, 1904.
Further Experiments on the Development of the Peripheral Nerves; American
Journal of Anatomy, May, 1906.
HATAL, SHINKISHI.—A Study of the Diameters of the Cells and Nuclei in
the Second Cervical Ganglion of the Adult Albino Rat; Journal of Comparative
Neurology And Psychology, 1907.
The Finer Structure of the Neuron in the Nervous System of the White Rat;
The Decennial Publications, University of Chicago.
HAZZARD, CHARLES.—Principles of Osteopathy.
Practice of Osteopathy.
Osteopathic Manipulation of the Blood Mass; Journal of American Osteopathic
Association, November, 1904.
HERRICK, C. J.—The Doctrine of Nerve Components and Some of Its Applications;
Journal Of Comparative Neurology and Psychology, 1905.
A Study of the Vagal and Funicular Lobes of the Codfish; Journal of Comparative
Neurology and Psychology, January, 1907.
HORNER, A. A.—The incidence of Heart Disease in Acute Psychoses; Boston
Medical and Surgical Journal, August, 1910.
HOWELL, W. H.—Vagus Inhibition of the Heart in Its Relation to the Inorganic
Salts of the Blood; American Journal of Physiology, February, 1906.
HULETT, G. D.—Principles of Osteopathy.
HULETT, C. M. T.—Osteopathic Lesions in Acute Respiratory Diseases;
Journal of American Osteopathic Association, June, 1907.
HUNT, J. O.—Lateral Curvature and Its Technique; Western Osteopath,
HYDE, IDA H.—A Reflex Respiratory Center; Journal of Comparative Neurology
and Psychology, Vol. XVI, No. 3.
JELLIFFE, S. E.—The Thalamic Syndrome; Medical Record, February 19,
JENNINGS, H. S.—Study of the Behavior of Animal Organisms; Carnegie
Institution of Washington, February 16, 1904.
JOHNSTON, J. B.—The Nervous System of Vertebrates; 1906.
The Morphology of the Vertebrate Head from the Viewpoint of the Functional
Divisions of the Nervous System; Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology,
LANGLEY, J. N.—The Sympathetic and Other Related Systems of Nerves;
Text-book of Physiology, Vol. II, 1900.
The Autonomic Nervous System, Brain; 1902.
LANGLEY, J. N. AND ANDERSON, H. K.—Observations on the Regenerations
of Nerve Fibers, Journal of Physics, 1902.
LEOPOLD, S.—Special Features in the Symptomatology and Pathology of
Anemia of the Central Nervous System; Medical Record, March 5, 1910.
LEWIS, W. H.—Experimental Evidence in Support of the Theory of Outgrowth
of the Axis Cylinder; American Journal of Anatomy, 1907.
LITTLEJOHN, J. M.—Psyho-physiology.
LOEB, J.—Physiology of the Brain; 1900
On the Different Effects of Ions Upon Myogenic and Neurogenic Rhythmical
Contractions, etc.; American Journal of Physiology, 1900.
LOVETT, R. W.—Mechanics of the Spine.
MILLARD, F. P.—Some of the Pathological Phases of the Tympanum; Journal
of American Osteopathic Association, February, 1910.
MINOT, C. S.—Human Embryology.
McCONNELL, C. P.—Report of the A. T. Still Research , 1910.
Osteopathic Factors in Infancy, Childhood and Adolescence; Journal of American
Osteopathic Association, March, 1909.
MCCONNELL, C. P. AND TEALL, T. T.—Practice of Osteopathy.
McMURRICH, J. P.—Human Embryology.
MOFFITT, H. C. AND SHEMAN, H. M.—Tumor of the Spinal Cord; Journal of
American Medical Association, December 31, 1910.
MORAT, J. P.—Physiology of the Central Nervous System; 1906.
PARKER, G. H.—Functions of the Lateral Line Organs in Fishes; Bulletin
of Bureau of Fisheries, 1904.
PIERCE, J. J.—Some Visceral Actions Obtained by Manipulation of the
Cerebro-spinal Nerves; Report of the Osteopathic Association of the State
of California, 1905.
POTTENGER, F. M.—Rigidity of the Chest Muscles as Early Sign of Tuberculous
Apical Disease; Deutsche Medizinische Wochenschrift, 1909.
READ, EFFIE A.—A Contribution to the Knowledge of the Olfactory Apparatus
in Dog, Cat and Man; American Journal of Anatomy, Vol. VIII.
REED, C. A. L.—Anatomic Manifestation and Peripheral Control of Pain
Originating in the Uterus and Adnexa; Journal of American Medical Association,
March 26, 1911.
REYNER, REVA.—Dorsal and Rib Lesions That Affect the Lung; Journal of
Osteopathy, Oct. 1910.
SABIN, FLORENCE.—Atlas of the Medulla and Midbrain; 1901.
Description of a Model Showing the Tracts of Fibers medullated in a New-born
Baby’s Brain; American Journal of Anatomy, January, 1911.
SANTEE, H. E.—Anatomy of the Brain and Spinal Cord; 1907.
STILL, A. T.—Philosophy of Osteopathy.
Philosophy and Mechanical Principles of Osteopathy.
Research and Practice; 1910.
STREETER, G. L.—Anatomy of the Floor of the Fourth Ventricle; American
Journal of Anatomy, July, 1903.
The Peripheral Nervous System in the Human Embryo at the End of the First
Month; American Journal of Anatomy, Vol. VIII.
The Development of the Cranial and Spinal Nerves in the Occipital Region
of the Human] Embryo; American Journal of Anatomy, Vol. IV, 1904.
SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM.—A Molecular Theory of the Electric Properties of
Nerve; American Journal of Physiology, 1906.
STOCKARD, C. R.—The Influence of Alcohol on Embryonic Development; American
Journal of Anatomy, July, 1910.
TASKER, D. L.—Principles of Osteopathy.
Anatomical Lesions Associated with Somatic Disturbances; American Osteopathic
Association, San Francisco, 1910.
Adaptation and Compensation; Western Osteopath, 1908-1909.
Inhibition; Western Osteopath, 1907.
Clinic Lectures; The Pacific College of Osteopathy.
TUCKER, E. E.—The Internal Secretions in Osteopathic Practice; Journal
of American Osteopathic Association, February, March, 1911.
TURNER, W. A. AND STEWART, G.—Text-book of Nervous Diseases; 1910.
WHITING, C. A.—The Human Brain; The Osteopath, March, 1900.
The Spinal Cord; The Osteopath, January, 1901, January, 1902.
Pellagra; Western Osteopath, January, 1910.
Lectures; The Pacific College of Osteopathy.
Lectures; The Southern California Academy of Sciences.
WILSON, J. G.—The Nerves and Nerve endings in the Membrane Tympana in
Man; American Journal of Anatomy, January, 1911.
YERKES, R. M.—Inhibition and Reinforcement of Reaction in the Frog, Rana Clamitans;
Journal Of Comparative Neurology and Psychology, April, 1904.