Diuresis after water is given per rectum


Water given rectally to dogs with ureteric fistulae caused a much smaller diuresis than when the same quantity of fluid was given by mouth. Reabsorption was also decreased but to a smaller extent, while filtration remained unaltered. The hydremic reaction did not run parallel to diuresis whichever way the fluid was taken. The results obtained confirm the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00788826

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