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Results: Capillary phase ("accumulation of contrast medium"). This was said to be increased in cases where the difference in contrast between the bladder wall and the surrounding tissue wa s greate r than in the control material. Venous phase. The veins were recorded only when they were widened. Controls Microscopic and bacteriologic observations. The microscopic findings were ordinary in all preparations (Fig. 5a) . Virtuall y no lymphocytes or granulocytes were seen in the sections. The bacteriologic examinations did not reveal the presence of bacteria in any of the control animals. Microangiography observations. The blood vessels were well filled with con­ trast medium (Fig. 6 a) . There was no extravasation of the medium. The number of vessels varie d between 11 and 16 per mm, the average being 13 per mm . The width of the vessels varied between 14 fi and 19 ju and averaged 17 //. Angiographic observations. The abdominal aorta and arteries originating from it and the pelvic arteries were well filled with contrast medium (Fig. 7 a) . Although over projectio n of vessels arising from the lower abdominal aorta occurred, the urogenital artery was visible in all cases (Fig. 7 a) , however, branches http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acta Radiologica. Diagnosis SAGE

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Acta Radiologica. Diagnosis , Volume 14 (328_suppl): 10 – Aug 30, 2016

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Capillary phase ("accumulation of contrast medium"). This was said to be increased in cases where the difference in contrast between the bladder wall and the surrounding tissue wa s greate r than in the control material. Venous phase. The veins were recorded only when they were widened. Controls Microscopic and bacteriologic observations. The microscopic findings were ordinary in all preparations (Fig. 5a) . Virtuall y no lymphocytes or granulocytes were seen in the sections. The bacteriologic examinations did not reveal the presence of bacteria in any of the control animals. Microangiography observations. The blood vessels were well filled with con­ trast medium (Fig. 6 a) . There was no extravasation of the medium. The number of vessels varie d between 11 and 16 per mm, the average being 13 per mm . The width of the vessels varied between 14 fi and 19 ju and averaged 17 //. Angiographic observations. The abdominal aorta and arteries originating from it and the pelvic arteries were well filled with contrast medium (Fig. 7 a) . Although over projectio n of vessels arising from the lower abdominal aorta occurred, the urogenital artery was visible in all cases (Fig. 7 a) , however, branches

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Published: Aug 30, 2016

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