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It has been established that neurodystrophy resulting from the sectioning of an animal's left sciatic nerve and treatment of its central stump with formalin leads to a prolonged disturbance of the water- and salt-excreting function of the kidneys. As a rule, this is expressed as oligouria and decreased excretion of sodium in the urine. The indicated changes… (More)
It was established that chronic irritation of the peripheral nerves as a result of cutting of the sciatic nerve and introduction of formalin into the central segment is accompanied by prolonged oliguria (for many months), hyponatriuresis, a change in te excretion of chlorine, calcium, and urea with the urine, as well as an intensification of the excretion… (More)