Status of adrenergic nerve supply to the ventricular myocardia in experimentally produced massive pulmonary embolism

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The production of massive pulmonary embolism in dogs initially results in elevated norepinephrine levels in the stellate ganglion and ventricular myocardia. Six hours after its onset, destructive changes in the stellate ganglion nerve cells are more pronounced than at 1 h and their functional activity is decreased, as are norepinephrine levels in the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02446462

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