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MECHANISM OF NATRIURESIS AND DIURESIS DURING ELEVATED RENAL ARTERIAL PRESSURE.
Continuous perfusion of the dog's renal artery at pressures averaging 200 mm Hg resulted in natriuresis, increased osmolar clearance, and increase in urine volume. The diuresis was typified by a de...
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EFFECTS OF ELEVATED URETERAL PRESSURE ON RENAL BLOOD FLOW.
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Influence of graded arterial pressure decrement on renal clearance of creatinine, p-aminohippurate and sodium.
I N A previous study designed to establish the relationship of renal blood flow to arterial perfusion pressure in the intact kidney of the dog, it was demonstrated that due to apparent renalExpand
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Effect of Pulse Pressure and Mean Arterial Pressure Modification on Renal Hemodynamics and Electrolyte and Water Excretion
Studies were conducted to evaluate the influence of pulsatile versus nonpulsatile arterial perfusion pressure on plasma flow, filtration rate, sodium excretion, and urine volume. Through a wide rangeExpand
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Sodium excretion by the mammalian kidney.
  • E. Selkurt
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Physiological reviews
  • 1 April 1954
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Arterial inflow into the mesenteric and hepatic vascular circuits during hemorrhagic shock.
Mesenteric artery and hepatic artery flows were studied in dogs during a standardized hemorrhagic shock procedure. Both flows decreased in response to hemorrhage, with development of greater vascul...
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Characteristics of Reactive Hyperemia in the Canine Intestine
The isolated ileum of the dog shows a characteristic hyperemia following brief periods of arterial occlusion. The magnitude of this reactive hyperemia depends more upon prolongation of flow relatedExpand
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