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THE TREATMENT OF HYPERSENSITIVE CAROTID SINUS BY GLOSSOPHARYNGEAL NERVE SECTION
This paper presents a report of two cases in which section of the glosso-pharyngeal nerve intracranially has controlled fainting attacks due to carotid sinus syndrome. It discusses in general the role of the glosso-pharyngeal nerve in the carotid sinus reflex.
Dr. Harold J. Stewart: There is one point we would like to make in addition to what Dr. Ray has said. We have not been completely content with the grouping which Weiss and his coworkers made of the sensitive carotid sinus. He, as you recall, recognized three types