Renal nerves and initial excretory responses to recumbency: a species comparison.

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Experiments were performed in anesthetized Macaca fascicularis monkeys and mongrel dogs to determine if there are species differences concerning the involvement of the renal nerves in mediating the initial renal effects occurring with the assumption of recumbency. All animals underwent acute unilateral renal denervation with the contralateral kidney serving… (More)

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@article{Peterson1985RenalNA, title={Renal nerves and initial excretory responses to recumbency: a species comparison.}, author={Thais Villela Peterson and Norm Hurst and J. A. Richardson}, journal={The American journal of physiology}, year={1985}, volume={249 6 Pt 2}, pages={R747-52} }