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1. To test whether distension of the urinary bladder causes a consistent change in activity in efferent renal nerve fibres, bladder distension was performed in anaesthetized dogs. The carotid sinuses were vascularly isolated and perfused with blood at constant flow. Both ureters were cannulated and the urinary bladder was distended with warm Ringer solution(More)
Experiments were performed in anaesthetized dogs to find out whether the response of decreases in vagus nerve activity to distension of the urinary bladder is affected by changes in carotid sinus pressure. The carotid sinuses were vascularly isolated and perfused with blood at constant flow. Both ureters were cannulated and the urinary bladder was distended(More)
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