[Mechanisms of the pulmonary congestion in ligature strangulation (VI)].
- Published Article
Igaku kenkyu. Acta medica
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 1989
The authors measured the minimum diameters of the hepatic, splenic and renal blood vessels of the guinea-pigs sacrificed by ligature strangulation. Constrictions of the splenic central arteries and the splenic trabecular veins, and dilatations of the renal interlobular veins and the renal cortical and medullary capillaries were clearly recognized.
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