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Gebruers, E.M. The role of the gut in water balance. I.J.M.S. 159, 131–136 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02937404

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Keywords

  • Urine Flow
  • Urine Osmolality
  • Posterior Pituitary
  • Distal Nephron
  • Tyrode Solution