I still felt like pushing the man's Adam's apple through his medulla oblongata.
It reduces the librarian to a medulla oblongata, so far as I am able to understand the psychology of the situation.
We chiefly took notice of the medulla oblongata, this was greatly enlarged, surpassing the usual size by more than one third.
Toward its upper part it dilates to form the medulla oblongata, sending forth nerves for respiration and deglutition.
The hind-brain consists of the usual parts, the medulla oblongata and the cerebellum.
Moreover the medulla oblongata, which passes through them, is of a silver or whitish colour.
A part of the medulla oblongata, the destruction of which causes instant death.
But, unlike the medulla oblongata, it could be set right in five minutes as soon as we had a proper box-key.
In Scyllium, however, indications appear in the hind-brain of its future division into a cerebellum and medulla oblongata.
These are derived mainly from four nerves, which originate from an electric lobe of the medulla oblongata.
medulla oblongata medulla ob·lon·ga·ta (ŏb'lŏng-gā'tə, -gä'tə)
n. pl. medulla ob·lon·ga·tas or medullae ob·lon·ga·tae (-gā'tē, -gä'tē)
The lowermost portion of the vertebrate brain, continuous with the spinal cord and responsible for the control of respiration, circulation, and other bodily functions.