The effect of chronic cardiac denervation on infarct size following acute coronary occlusion.

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The effect of acute coronary ligation on infarct size was studied in (1) ten acute control dogs, which were non-denervated, (2) in six acutely denervated dogs in which the heart was denervated immediately prior to coronary ligation and in which intra-cardiac reflexes were pharmacologically blocked, (3) in seven chronically denervated dogs in which… (More)

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@article{Jones1978TheEO, title={The effect of chronic cardiac denervation on infarct size following acute coronary occlusion.}, author={C. E. Jones and Michael Devous and Jimmy Thomas and E. Dupont}, journal={American heart journal}, year={1978}, volume={95 6}, pages={738-46} }