Handbook of Physiology: The cardiovascular system

Handbook of Physiology: The cardiovascular system

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In organs with much shorter capillary transit times the limiting effects of red cell permeability, even for urea, become important (40). ... The red cell carriage phenomenon has also been documented in the liver for labeled chloride. ... not concerned with transcapillary exchange in relation to metabolism but represents the only lymphatic tissue specialized to filter the blood. ... In humans it is the size and shape of a clenched fist; in many other mammals (e.g., horse, cow, dog, cat, rabbit, rat, anbsp;...

Title:Handbook of Physiology: The cardiovascular system
Publisher: - 1984

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