Wheatstone-Panum limiting case

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Another name for Panum's limiting case. [Named after the English physicist and inventor Sir Charles Wheatstone (1802–75) who discovered and reported it in 1838, and the Danish physician and physiologist Peter Ludvig Panum (1820–85) who rediscovered it in 1858]

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