関西医科大学雑誌
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粉未色素法による組織液移動に関する病態生理学的研究
第五篇 副腎皮質ホルモンの影響
沢田 洋子
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ジャーナル フリー

1959 年 11 巻 1 号 p. 31-39

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A study has been made how the movement of the tissue fluids is influenced by the dye powder method. The results obtained are as follows:
A. Adrenalectomized mice
1. Following adrenalectomy the tissue fluids is lost. The humidity of the tissues decreased greatly. Therefore there appear a decreased movement of the tissue fluids, i. e., a narrow halo forming surrounding dye masses, a markedly decreased infiltration of the dye into blood capillaries, a markedly decreased dye movement along venuleous walls and a markedly decreased absorption of the dye into the lymphatic vessels.
2. After injection of cortisone, the tissue fluids of adrenalectomized animals considerably increase. Therefore a decreased movement of the tissue fluids of adrenalectomized mice considerably restores, i. e., there appear a halo resembling a normal halo surrounding the dye masses and considerably vigorous dye movement along venuleous walls. However, there is still observed a decrease in infiltration of the dye into blood capillaries and in absorption into lymphatic vessels.
3. After injection of DOCA the amount of the tissue fluids of adrenalectomized animals increases to a small degree. Therefore the movement of the tissue fluids is not significantly restored.
B. Sham operated mice
1. After injection of cortisone the amount of the tissue fluids of sham operated mice considerably decreases. Therefore the movement of the tissue fluids considerably decreases, i. e., suppression of a halo forming surrounding dye masses of a dye movement along venuleous walls, infiltration of the dye into blood capillaries, and absorption of the dye into lymphatic vessels are observed.
2. After injection of DOCA the amount of the tissue fluids considerably increases. Therefore the movement of the tissue fluids is considerably promoted. However, the absorption into lymphatic vessels is not so much promoted.

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