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Lymph Circulation in Congestive Heart Failure: Effect of External Thoracic Duct Drainage
The lymphatic circulation was evaluated after cannulation of the cervical thoracic duct in 12 patients with severe intractable congestive heart failure. After venting the distended duct, lymph flowedExpand
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The course and nature of acinar cell death following pancreatic ligation in the guinea pig.
The course and nature of acinar cell death (ACD) following pancreatic ligation in the guinea pig was studied as a possible model for human disease. Ultrastructural studies after various periods ofExpand
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LYMPH DRAINAGE IN PATIENTS WITH CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE. COMPARISON WITH FINDINGS IN HEPATIC CIRRHOSIS.
UNDERSTANDING of the physiologic alterations present in patients with congestive heart failure is limited in part by incomplete knowledge concerning pathogenesis of elevated venous pressure and cir...
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Lymph circulation in hepatic cirrhosis: effect of portacaval shunt.
Abstract To determine the relative contribution of the liver and extrahepatic portal bed to increased flow of thoracic duct lymph in hepatic cirrhosis, thoracic duct lymph was examined in 84 patien...
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The flow capacity of the thoracic duct-venous junction.
  • A. E. Dumont
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of the medical sciences
  • 1 May 1975
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Platelet Blockade of Particle Absorption from the Peritoneal Surface of the Diaphragm
Abstract Particulate material is absorbed from the peritoneal cavity via respiration-induced gaps between mesothelial cells on the peritoneal surface of the diaphragm and is then collected intoExpand
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Salt and water balance.
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Alterations in Splenic Hilar Lymphatics in Patients with Congestion of the Spleen
Summary The number and content of dilated splenic hilar lymph vessels were examined in patients with and without congestion of the spleen. Sections from 10 patients without congestion showed noExpand
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