OSMOREGULATION OF VASOPRESSIN SECRETION AND THIRST IN HEALTH AND DISEASE

@article{Baylis1988OSMOREGULATIONOV,
  title={OSMOREGULATION OF VASOPRESSIN SECRETION AND THIRST IN HEALTH AND DISEASE},
  author={Peter H. Baylis and Christopher J Thompson},
  journal={Clinical Endocrinology},
  year={1988},
  volume={29}
}
Our understanding of the mechanisms that regulate water balance in mammals began over 40 years ago with the classic studies of Professor E. B. Verney and his colleagues in Cambridge, England. In a series of experiments on conscious, trained dogs with permanent exteriorized carotid arteries to allow rapid injections of solutions into the cerebral circulation, Verney demonstrated that hypertonic solutions of sodium chloride, sucrose and glucose caused antidiuresis; observations which formed the… 
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