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The blood flow and oxygen consumption of the kidneys of unanesthetized dogs have been determined before and after the production of ureteral obstruction. The findings indicate that early hydronephrosis is associated with a decrease in the renal blood flow, little if any alteration in the arteriovenous oxygen difference, and a decrease in the oxygen consumption.
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Received: October 31, 1936
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