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Bernard, Claude(1813–78) French physiologist. He was the father of modern experimental physiology, and the first person to appreciate the importance of the internal environment in the functioning of organisms.
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Bernard,Claude, French physiologist, 1813-1878.
Bernard canal - the excretory duct of the head of the pancreas. Synonym(s): accessory pancreatic duct; Bernard duct
Bernard duct - Synonym(s): Bernard canal
Bernard puncture - a puncture at a point in the floor of the fourth ventricle of the brain which causes glycosuria. Synonym(s): diabetic puncture
Bernard syndrome - Synonym(s): Horner syndrome
Bernard-Cannon homeostasis - the set of mechanisms responsible for the cybernetic adjustment of physiological and biochemical states in postnatal life. Synonym(s): physiological homeostasis
Bernard-Horner syndrome - Synonym(s): Horner syndrome
Bernard-Sergent syndrome - Synonym(s): acute adrenocortical insufficiency
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