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Absolute and relative residual organ blood volumes and organ hematocrits in growing beagles


, : Absolute and relative residual organ blood volumes and organ hematocrits in growing beagles. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 140(1): 285-290

Residual red cell, plasma, and blood volumes were measured in the small vessels of nine major organs of the developing beagle. The tissues analyzed were the heart, lung, kidney, spleen, liver, stomach, intestines, muscle, and skin. These organs contained a larger proportion of the total blood volume in the newborn than in the 3- to 7-month-old dogs. At all ages muscle, skin, and liver contained the largest amount of blood, approximately 70% of the total organ blood volume.

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PMID: 5033103

DOI: 10.3181/00379727-140-36442


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