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腹腔內 血液의 吸收에 關한 實驗的硏究

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON THE ABSORPTION OF BLOOD FROM THE PERITONEAL CAVITY

중앙의학 1963년 5권 1호 p.33 ~ 42
조규혁,
소속 상세정보
조규혁 (  ) - 전남대학교 의과대학 병리학교실

Abstract


Peritoneal absorption of blood proteins were carried out by observing the changes in protein fractions of the remaining blood in the peritoneal cavity into which rabbit or rat blood and serum had been injected. There could be found little or no difference in the perioneal absorption of blood proteins whether the injected fluid was whole blood or serum. However, definite differences were demonstrated to exist in the absorption between homologous and heterogous blood samples.
In rapid absorption of homologous bloods, albumin was more rapidly absorbed than globulin fraction, whereas in slow absorption of heterogous bloods globulin showed more rapid absnrp tion than albumin
[PartⅡ] Changes in Protein Fractions and Blood Corfiuseles in the Thoracic-Lymph following Intraperitoneal Injection of Various Bloods.
Peritoneal absorption into the thoracic-lymph of blood protein and corpuscles was studied by injecting whole blood into the peritoneal cavity of dog the thoracic duct of which had been cannulated, and determining time-course changes in the protein fractions and the numbers of red and white blood cells appearing in the thoracic duct.
The thoracic-lymph of control dogs(no blood injected) showed no significant time-course changes in the contents of volume of flowing lymph, total protein, and individual plasma protein fractions.
When the blood from the same dog (autologous blood)was injected in the poritoneal cavity, lymphatic absorption of albumin was shown to be much faster than those of globulin, and greatly increased absorption of both red and white blood cells was demonstrated with decreased percentage of lymphocytes and increased percentage of neutrophils.
With homologous blood, lymphatic absorption was of lesser degree compared with autologous blood, and albumin showed slow but faster than globulin absorption. Lymphatic absorption of red and white blood cells was modorate, and change in the differential counts of white cells was slight.
In contrast, heterogous bloods showed the most slow absorption, and globulin was absorbed more rapidly than albumin. Lymphatic absorption of red blood cells was greatly decreased compared with autologous and homologous blood, and the differential count showed rapid decrease of lymphocytes in early times with increased neutrophils. The monocytes showed gradual increase with time.

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