The Physiology of Thirst and Sodium Appetite

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CUP Archive, Oct 18, 1979 - Medical - 572 pages
 

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Contents

A nervous thirst centre
5
technical innovations
14
The stimuli to thirst
22
Thirst and the causes of drinking
32
1 S H ED BY CAMBR i D G E UNIVERSITY PRESS
33
The causes of drinking 4 I
40
Dryness of the mouth and drinking
53
Scheduleinduced drinking
77
Neurogenic pressor response to angiotensin
250
The physiological role of the cerebral
258
Other hormones
260
The reninangiotensin system and drinking
266
Systemic angiotensin as a stimulus to drinking
273
Angiotensin as a thirst stimulus in the submammalian
285
System 1978
294
The sensitive site for angiotensininduced drinking
298

Thermogenic drinking
88
Conclusions
94
Amphibia
107
Mammals including marine and desert mammals
120
Conclusions
126
Wolfs osmometric analysis I4 I
141
Cellular dehydration as a stimulus to drinking in
147
nephrectomized rat
153
Phylogenetic support for cellular dehydration as
165
Receptors for thirst induced by cellular dehydration
171
Conclusions
188
Haemorrhage as a stimulus to drinking I 94
194
Isotonic depletion and drinking
206
Drinking induced by procedures affecting
213
I
221
Mineralocorticoids and potassium depletion
233
The phylogeny of renin
244
PUBLISHED BY ACADEMIC PRESS
307
Peptide specificity of receptors
308
Conclusions
326
Interactions between angiotensin and other stimuli
332
Angiotensin thirst and the theory of ventricular
338
Angiotensin thirst and catecholamines
350
Antagonists of the reninangiotensin system
360
Multiple factors in the thirst of extracellular
366
The vascular hypothesis
374
Water deprivation and additivity of thirst stimuli
383
Water deprivation and additivity 39 I
391
Io Pharmacology of drinking
398
Sodium appetite
458
I2 Clinical aspects of thirst
500
Thirst and sodium appetite in hypertension
517
Index
563
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