Jan 1, 1975

A study of the surface pH of the urinary bladder during distension in rabbits

Bibliotheca Anatomica
M Dunn

Abstract

Bladder wall surface pH has been continuously monitored with a glass pH electrode using a simple, atraumatic technique. Experiments have been performed in the rabbit showing that there is a progressive fall in bladder wall pH as the intravesical pressure is increased. The changes in bladder wall pH serve as a sensitive indicator of bladder blood flow and so this simple method is used to assess the changes in bladder blood flow during distension.

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Neoplasm of Uncertain or Unknown Behavior of Bladder
Pathological Dilatation
Carcinoma in Situ of Bladder
Bladder Tissue
Blood Flow
Benign Neoplasm of Bladder
Specimen Type - Electrode
Entire Bladder
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Urinary Bladder

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