STUDIES ON THE SUPRARENAL CORTEX V. THE INFLUENCE OF THE CORTICAL HORMONE UPON THE EXCRETION OF WATER AND ELECTROLYTES IN THE SUPRARENALECTOMIZED DOG

@article{Harrop1936STUDIESOT,
  title={STUDIES ON THE SUPRARENAL CORTEX V. THE INFLUENCE OF THE CORTICAL HORMONE UPON THE EXCRETION OF WATER AND ELECTROLYTES IN THE SUPRARENALECTOMIZED DOG},
  author={G A Harrop and William M. Nicholson and M. L. Strauss},
  journal={Journal of Experimental Medicine},
  year={1936},
  volume={64},
  pages={233-251}
}
1. The withdrawal of maintenance injections of the cortical hormone from the suprarenalectomized dog during balance experiments, in which a constant meat diet is given, with constant fluid and salt intake, is followed by increased urinary loss of sodium and chloride, and by retention of potassium and nitrogen. 2. Where the water intake is low, a definite diuresis usually accompanies this excretion of sodium and chloride, but where fluids are forced, no diuresis may be observed. 3. The… Expand
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