Klaudiusz Papierski

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BACKGROUND Neuroimaging studies, including MRI, have identified various abnormalities in patients with bipolar disorders. However those findings have been inconsistent with regard to different MRI techniques, clinical and neurocognitive assessments as well as treatment results. So far the functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies haven't been(More)
The adrenal renal portal circulation (ARPC) contributes to decrease in renal blood flow occurring after renal artery clipping. The aim of present study was to determine the role of the ARPC in the development of the renovascular hypertension in 1-kidney 1-clip model in the rat. Experiments were performed on male Wistar rats. In the control group (A) the(More)
The study was performed on 16 specimens containing adrenal gland and kidney obtained at route autopsy. The mixture of gelatin and india ink was injected into adrenal artery, through the catheter. In all specimens vessels leaving adrenal gland and entering cortex of kidney were found. Therefore, we conclude that alike other species also in humans, the(More)
An introduction of laser flow meters for a continuous measurements of a tissue blood flow has opened new avenues for an accurate assessment blood flow in peripheral nerves. The aim of our study was: 1) to carry out a functional verification of anatomical sources of a sciatic nerve blood supply in the rat; 2) develop a measurement technique to facilitate(More)
The direct adreno-renal vascular connection allows precise control of the kidney function by hormones produced by the adrenal gland, without any significant changes in their content in the whole blood. The purpose of the present study is to investigate the effect of the increased blood flow through the vascular network on the blood pressure. In twelve(More)
The aim of the present study was to investigate a role of adrenal-renal portal circulation (ARPC) in a decrease in renal blood flow due to acute stenosis of the renal artery in rats. Animals were divided into three groups. In the control group (I), in order to eliminate the ARPC tissue between the adrenal gland and the ipsilateral kidney was cut. In the(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine whether the development of arterial hypertension due to occlusion of the central adrenal vein in the rat is strain-dependent DESIGN AND METHODS The experiments were performed on male rats weighing 300-400 g each, of the following strains: Wistar outbred, Wistar Glaxo, Lewis, Wistar-Kyoto (WKY) rats bred for high blood pressure (138(More)
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