Anemia, But Not Stimulation of Erythropoiesis Without Anemia, Increases Bone and Bone Marrow Blood Flow in the Rat

  • A. Schoutens
  • M. Verhas
  • N. Dourov
  • A. Verschaeren
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Abstract

Anemia induces several bone modifications, hyperplasia of hematopoetic tissue, increased bone marrow blood flow, release of immature cells from bone marrow, and resorption of bone [1–5]. The aim of study was to investigate whether the extension of the bone marrow cellular mass was the causal factor in inducing the increase in bone blood flow.

Keywords

Phenyl Anemia Hunt Hydrazine Erythropoietin 

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  • A. Schoutens
  • M. Verhas
  • N. Dourov
  • A. Verschaeren

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