[The effect of dopamine on the renal function in dogs with chronic ligation of the common bile duct (author's transl)].


The influence of dopamine on glomerular filtration rate (GFR), renal plasma flow (ERPF) and urinary sodium excretion was investigated in dogs before and after a chronic bile duct ligation for a period of 16 days. 1. Dopamine (4 microgram/kg/min.) leads to an increase of GFR, ERPF and urinary sodium excretion. 2. There was no change of GFR and ERPF after… (More)


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