Dietary sodium loading increases arterial pressure in afferent renal-denervated rats.

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In rats fed high sodium diet, increasing renal pelvic pressure > or =3 mm Hg activates renal mechanosensory nerves, resulting in a renorenal reflex-induced increase in urinary sodium excretion. The low activation threshold of the renal mechanosensory nerves suggests a role for natriuretic renorenal reflexes in the regulation of arterial pressure and sodium… (More)

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