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Changes of the Bone Marrow in Endotoxin Shock

  • R. Bartl
  • A. Schauer
  • G. Hübner
  • R. Burkhardt

Abstract

In addition to various other changes, the concentration of immature blood cells in the renal medullary vessels and of megakaryocytes in the pulmonary capillaries is considered to be characteristic of a prefinal shock. Since immature blood cells are particularly often found in the periphery in infectious shock, it is obvious that one may attribute the cause of cell influx from the bone marrow to a toxic damage of the medullary vessels with an increase in permeability for liquid and cellular blood constituents. In this connection the conditions prevailing in endotoxin shock were of particular interest to us.

Keywords

Bone Marrow Endotoxin Shock Pulmonary Capillary Cell Influx Endotoxin Administration 
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  • R. Bartl
  • A. Schauer
  • G. Hübner
  • R. Burkhardt

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