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Intraorgan differences of blood flow, oxygen supply and glycogen content in the multilobular liver of normal and hemorrhagic rats.

Metzger HP, Schywalsky M.
PMID: 1555916
Int J Microcirc Clin Exp. 1992 Feb;11(1):67-83.

In order to characterize intraorgan differences in blood supply of the rat liver, hepatic blood flow (HBF), surface oxygen tension (sPO2) and glycogen content of the largest and smallest lobi have been determined for normal and hemorrhagic rats (N...

Color Doppler imaging of the hepatic vasculature.

Grant EG, Schiller VL, Millener P, Tessler FN, Perrella RR, Ragavendra N, Busuttil R.
PMID: 1414804
AJR Am J Roentgenol. 1992 Nov;159(5):943-50. doi: 10.2214/ajr.159.5.1414804.

Duplex sonography added a new dimension to real-time sonographic imaging and can be used to characterize flow dynamics. Unfortunately, duplex sonography also has significant drawbacks, most of which are the result of the limited sampling ability of pulse-gated technology...

[Changes in the liver circulation and kidney function during pulsatile and non-pulsatile perfusion].

Divonin AL, Mishchenko BP, Loginova LI, Mikhaĭlova ML.
PMID: 1897792
Anesteziol Reanimatol. 1991 May-Jun;(3):36-40.

Pulsatile flow perfusion (PFP) requires smaller volume of additional infusion. Extravascular hyperhydration is more marked after nonpulsatile flow perfusion (NPFP). In NPFP there is an increase in free water clearance, lower urinary osmolality and diuresis rate. PFP prevents urinary...

[Participation of cholecystokinin and pentagastrin in the regulation of the liver blood supply and oxygen consumption].

Kovalenko SO, Ianchuk PI.
PMID: 1499763
Fiziol Zh. 1992 May-Jun;38(3):63-6.

Cholecystokinin and pentagastrin cause predominantly the dilatation of mesenterial, intrahepatic arterial and portal vessels. The short-term amplitude-expressed changes in the vascular blood flow followed by less intensive long-term ones are observed. The amplitude of short-term reactions in these vascular...

Successful total adrenal autotransplantation into the spleen of dogs.

Childress ME, Leeds SE.
PMID: 4296182
Arch Surg. 1968 Mar;96(3):349-58. doi: 10.1001/archsurg.1968.01330210027006.

No abstract available.

[Doppler measurement of blood flow in the abdominal blood vessels and their clinical significance].

Kalina Z.
PMID: 2534719
Pol Arch Med Wewn. 1989 Jul;82(1):41-4.

No abstract available.

Effects of changes in plasma hepatic-portal and systemic osmolality on plasma concentrations of arginine vasopressin in conscious newborn calves.

Kati-Coulibaly S, Giry J, Barlet JP.
PMID: 2634058
J Dev Physiol. 1989 Oct;12(4):183-7.

Systemic plasma concentrations of arginine vasopressin (AVP) were studied in three groups of 10-15 day-old conscious newborn calves. Animals in the first group (control group) and in the second group (systemic-hypertonic-injected group) received respectively isotonic and hypertonic (8 mmol...

Decrease of liver energy charge, ATP and glutathione at concomitant intraarterial administration of adriamycin and degradable starch microspheres in rat.

el Hag IA, Roos G, Stenram U.
PMID: 2281203
Sel Cancer Ther. 1990;6(3):135-44. doi: 10.1089/sct.1990.6.135.

Adriamycin (Adr) and degradable starch microspheres (DSM) were infused either combined or each separately into the hepatic artery in rats. Liver ATP, GTP, UDP-glucuronic acid, UDP-N-acetyl-hexosamine and energy charge and glutathione were decreased 20 min later with combined treatment...

[The comparative effects of physiotherapeutic procedures on the liver circulation in viral hepatitis].

Mavrodiĭ VM.
PMID: 2281619
Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult. 1990 Sep-Oct;(5):36-7.

No abstract available.

[Medical therapy of portal hypertension due to liver cirrhosis].

Cerini R, Sperandeo M, Varriale A, De Rosa ML, Cacciatore L.
PMID: 2034876
Recenti Prog Med. 1991 Feb;82(2):91-9.

Several vasoactive agents are known to reduce portal pressure and therefore are potentially useful in the treatment of portal hypertension. These drugs act in different ways and seem to have several actions. In most cases, their exact mechanisms have...

Physiologically based liver modeling and risk assessment.

Robinson PJ.
PMID: 1574613
Risk Anal. 1992 Mar;12(1):139-48. doi: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.1992.tb01317.x.

Because of the inherent complexity of biological systems, there is often a choice between a number of apparently equally applicable physiologically based models to describe uptake and metabolism processes in toxicology or risk assessment. These models may fit the...

Hepatic extraction of indocyanine green is depressed early in sepsis despite increased hepatic blood flow and cardiac output.

Wang P, Ba ZF, Chaudry IH.
PMID: 1992997
Arch Surg. 1991 Feb;126(2):219-24. doi: 10.1001/archsurg.1991.01410260109015.

Although active hepatocellular function is depressed during sepsis, it is not known whether this occurs in the very early stages of sepsis and whether it is due to depressed cardiac output or hepatic blood flow. To study this, rats...

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