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Plasma vasopressin concentration in the anaesthetized dog before, during and after atrial distension.

Plasma vasopressin ( AVP) concentration in dogs anaesthetized with chloralose was measured by radioimmunoassay and was within the range of 2-5 pg/ml. during control periods. Distension of the left atrium led within 2 min to a fall in plasma AVP concentration which reached a steady lower value within 4 min. After cessation of atrial distension the AVP concentration returned to pre-distention values within 4 min. Cooling the cervical vagosympathetic nerves to 8-10 degrees C led to a rise in plasma AVP concentration. Atrial distension during cooling of the vagi resulted in a further increase of plasma AVP concentration.[1]


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