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The blood flow and oxygen consumption of the portal area including the liver of unanesthetized dogs have been determined before and after occlusion of the common bile duct. The findings indicate that obstruction of the biliary system is not accompanied by a decrease in the blood flow and oxygen consumption of the portal system.
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- Observations on the Blood Flow and Gaseous Metabolism of the Liver of Unanesthetized Dogs.Am. J. Physiol. 1936; 117: 328
Mason, M. F., Blalock, A., and Harrison, T. R.: The Direct Determination of the Renal Blood Flow and Oxygen Consumption of the Unanesthetized Dog, Am. J. Physiol. (In press.)
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Received: January 30, 1937
© 1937 Published by Elsevier Inc.