Cardiovascular and T<ce:inf loc=post>2</ce:inf>–T<ce:inf loc=post>4</ce:inf> dorsal horn cell responses to gallbladder distention in the cat

@article{Ammons1984CardiovascularAT,
  title={Cardiovascular and T<ce:inf loc=post>2</ce:inf>–T<ce:inf loc=post>4</ce:inf> dorsal horn cell responses to gallbladder distention in the cat},
  author={W. Steve Ammons and Robert D. Foreman},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={1984},
  volume={321},
  pages={267-277}
}
Effects of gallbladder distention on blood pressure, heart rate, and T2-T 4 dorsal horn cell activity were determined in 18 cats anesthetized with ct-chloralose. Distention of the gallbladder (10-100 mm Hg) increased blood pressure in 17 of 18 cats, but heart rate was altered in only 2. The gallbladder pressure-blood pressure relation was derived for 11 cats. Pressor responses were greater with greater distending pressures over the gallbladder pressure range of 20-80 mm Hg. The maximum increase… CONTINUE READING

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