Effects of Dietary Protein and Carbohydrate Level on Cholesterolemia and Atherogenesis in Cockerels on a High-Fat, High-Cholesterol Mash
Renal lymphatic pressure was found to be increased either by partial occlusion of the renal vein or total occlusion of the ureter. Simultaneous measurement of interstitial and lymphatic pressure revealed that with compression of the renal vein the rise in interstitial pressure preceded the rise in lymphatic pressure.
- Received February 27, 1958.
- © 1958 American Heart Association, Inc.