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The lymph flow rate and protein electrolyte composition of the lymph of the thoracic lymphatic duct in experimental acholia


, : The lymph flow rate and protein electrolyte composition of the lymph of the thoracic lymphatic duct in experimental acholia. Byulleten' Eksperimental'noi Biologii i Meditsiny 99(6): 663-664

Experimental acholia was reproduced by applying a biliary fistula to the choledochus in cats for 20 days. It was established that acholia was accompanied by considerable changes in the lymph flow and in the protein-electrolyte composition of the lymph. The rate of the lymph flow in animals with acholia was more than 2 times as decreased as compared with control. The electrolyte and protein shifts in the lymph during acholia were manifested by the reduction in the lymph protein and K+ content.


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