The role of "leakage" of tubular fluid in anuria due to mercury poisoning.

@article{Bank1967TheRO,
  title={The role of "leakage" of tubular fluid in anuria due to mercury poisoning.},
  author={Nederlandsche Bank and Bernd Mutz and Hagop S. Aynedjian},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1967},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={
          695-704
        }
}
The role of "leakage" of tubular fluid in anuria produced by mercury poisoning was studied in rats by micropuncture techniques. After an initial brisk diuresis, almost all animals were completely anuric 24 hours after HgCl(2) injection. Lissamine green injected intravenously in the early stage of anuria appeared in the beginning of the proximal tubule, but the color became progressively lighter as the dye traversed the proximal convolutions. The dye was barely visible in the terminal segments… CONTINUE READING

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