[Active dehydration of brain tissue as a compensatory phenomenon in the development of edema].

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In experiments on adult rabbits edema of the brain developed regularly as the result of repeated regulated increase of general venous pressure which led to venous blood stasis in the brain. In determining the dependence of simultaneously recorded changes in the brain volume on its blood filling during tests with venous pressure increase, it was found that… (More)

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@article{Mchedlishvili1981ActiveDO, title={[Active dehydration of brain tissue as a compensatory phenomenon in the development of edema].}, author={George I. Mchedlishvili and M Ia Mossakovskiĭ and S Ianushevskiĭ}, journal={Zhurnal voprosy neirokhirurgii imeni N. N. Burdenko}, year={1981}, volume={2}, pages={33-6} }