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The pressure dependency of aqueous humor formation in the anesthetized cat

, : The pressure dependency of aqueous humor formation in the anesthetized cat. Ophthalmic Research 14(4): 279-283

In cats anesthetized with sodium pentobarbital, a highly significant correlation was found between the rate of aqueous humor production and eye arterial perfusion pressure pressure (blood pressure minus intraocular pressure). The filtration coefficient for water was 0.312 .mu.l/min mm Hg-1. This value is not significantly different from those reported earlier for enucleated, arterially perfused eyes of the same species.

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