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Non-invasive blood pressure measurements in cats: clinical significance of hypertension associated with chronic renal failure.
It is indicated that hypertension due to stimulating renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system may have manifested in cats with renal dysfunction. Expand
A clinical evaluation of blood pressure through non-invasive measurement using the oscillometric procedure in conscious dogs.
It was demonstrated that the blood pressure and heart rate of the control group lowered and tended to become stable as the number of measurements increased, and indicated that dogs with renal disease can manifest hypertension. Expand
Diurnal variations of blood pressure in dogs.
Post-operative BP after implanting the telemetry BP transmitter showed temporarily high values due to the invasive nature of the surgery, it was, however, observed that BP gradually decreased thereafter, and showed settled trends from the eighth day post-operatively. Expand
Anomaly of bilateral persistent sciatic arteries.
The sciatic nerves on both sides were found to have divided, while in the pelvis, into the tibial and the common peroneal nerves; the former passed through the infrapiriform foramen, while the latter perforated the piriformis muscle to reach the posterior aspect of the upper thigh. Expand
Influence of alkaline ionized water on rat erythrocyte hexokinase activity and myocardium.
Alkaline ionized water (AKW) produced by the electrolysis of tap water (TPW) was given to pregnant rats throughout gestation. AKW was subsequently given to infants as a test group until 15 weeks oldExpand
[Comparative and topographical anatomy of the fowl. XXVI. Peripheral course of the trigeminal nerve].
  • T. Watanabe, M. Yasuda
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nihon juigaku zasshi. The Japanese journal of…
  • 25 April 1970
Histological reactions to microchip implants in dogs
A survey of preweaning mortality in pigs and specificity of the precipitin test for their detection with relation to streptococcal antigens of groups P and U and Corynebacterium pyogenes. Expand
Idiopathic renal hematuria in a dog; the usefulness of a method of partial occlusion of the renal artery.
As a result of ligating the dorsal ramus of the left renal artery in this dog, renal hematuria subsided, and the dog has shown a favorable course, to date, one year after surgery. Expand
Renal transplantation in cats with chronic renal failure.
Clinical signs and the blood chemistry findings (BUN, Cr, IP) improved one week after renal transplantation and two cases had the same complications, hydronephrosis and hydroureter within 1 or 2 weeks of surgery, suggesting that ureteral obstruction at the site of Ureterocystostomy is the main complication of renal transplants in cats. Expand