Myogenic vasoconstriction in the rat kidney elicited by reducing perirenal pressure.

@article{Clausen1992MyogenicVI,
  title={Myogenic vasoconstriction in the rat kidney elicited by reducing perirenal pressure.},
  author={G H Clausen and A H Oien and Knut Aukland},
  journal={Acta physiologica Scandinavica},
  year={1992},
  volume={144 3},
  pages={277-90}
}
Autoregulation of renal blood flow is generally believed to result from tubuloglomerular feedback and/or a vascular myogenic mechanism, but there is no consensus on the relative importance of these mechanisms. We designed an experiment in which tubuloglomerular feedback would tend to oppose a myogenic response: the denervated kidney in situ was enclosed in an airtight chamber and exposed to a 35 mmHg subatmospheric pressure for 1 to 10 minutes. Renal blood flow recorded by an electromagnetic… CONTINUE READING

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