Passage of molecules through capillary wals.

@article{Pappenheimer1953PassageOM,
  title={Passage of molecules through capillary wals.},
  author={John R. Pappenheimer},
  journal={Physiological reviews},
  year={1953},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={387-423}
}
F ROM THE POINT OF VIEW of hemodynamics the blood is generally considered to circulate within a closed system of blood vessels. Even the smallest capillaries appear, under the microscope, as closed thin-walled vessels separating the blood from the extravascular fluid. Only occasionally are discontinuities in the capillary wall made evident by the diapedesis of one of the formed elements of the blood and even in such cases it is hard to be certain that a microscopically visible channel of egress… CONTINUE READING

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