Reference numberEC/1913/05
Previous numbersCert XIII, 46; A02212
TitleElliott, Thomas Renton: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationDistinguished as a physiologist, having made discoveries of importance in relation to the physiology of the sympathetic system, the intimate nature of nerve excitation and the innervation of the abdominal and pelvic viscera. Author of the following papers: - 'The Innervation of the Ileo-Colic Sphincter' (Journ of Physiol, 1904); 'Antiperistalsis and other Muscular Activities of the Colon' (with Mr Barclay-Smith, ibid, 1904); 'The Action of Adrenaline' (ibid, 1905); 'Cortex and Medulla in the Suprarenal Glands' (with E Lloyd Tuckett, ibid, 1906); 'On Subcutaneous Injections of Adrenaline' (ibid, 1906); 'The Innervation of the Bladder and Urethra' (ibid, 1907).
ProposersW H Gaskell; J N Langley; E H Starling; H K Anderson; W M Bayliss; W D Halliburton; A R Cushny
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Elliott, Thomas Renton: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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NA2388Elliott; Thomas Renton (1877 - 1961)1877 - 1961
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