Interstitial Fluid Presure. Ii. Pressure-volume Curves of Interstitial Space .

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• In a previous study we found the interstitial fluid pressure, as measured in tissue cavities created by implanting perforated capsules, to be —6 to —7 mm Hg in most normal tissues, though it rose to positive values in edema. Very slight changes of interstitial fluid volume changed the interstitial fluid pressure markedly in normal tissues but only… (More)

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@article{Guyton1965InterstitialFP, title={Interstitial Fluid Presure. Ii. Pressure-volume Curves of Interstitial Space .}, author={Arthur C. Guyton}, journal={Circulation research}, year={1965}, volume={16}, pages={452-60} }