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THE RENAL HUMORAL PRESSOR MECHANISM IN MAN. II. THE EFFECT OF TRANSITORY COMPLETE CONSTRICTION OF THE HUMAN RENAL ARTERY ON BLOOD PRESSURE AND ON THE CONCENTRATION OF RENIN, HYPERTENSINOGEN, AND HYPERTENSINASE OF RENAL ARTERIAL AND VENOUS BLOOD, WITH ANIMAL OBSERVATIONS 1

William C. Quinby, Lewis Dexter, John A. Sandmeyer and Florence W. Haynes

Medical Clinic, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, BostonDepartment of Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Boston

1 This study was aided in part by a grant from the John and Mary R. Markle Foundation.

Published January 1945

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