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  • Physiology of pericardial fluid production and drainage 

    Vogiatzidis, K.; Zarogiannis, S. G.; Aidonidis, I.; Solenov, E. I.; Molyvdas, P. A.; Gourgoulianis, K. I.; Hatzoglou, C. (2015)
    The pericardium is one of the serosal cavities of the mammals. It consists of two anatomical structures closely connected, an external sac of fibrous connective tissue, that is called fibrous pericardium and an internal ...
  • Salbutamol Modulation of Ion Transport in Sheep Parietal Pleura Is Protein Dependent 

    Zarogiannis, S. G.; Filippidis, A. S.; Hatzoglou, C.; Molyvdas, P. A.; Gourgoulianis, K. (2011)
    The formation of pleural effusion during pulmonary edema is an important physiological mechanism of resolution of alveolar flooding. In cases of pulmonary edema resulting from acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) ...
  • VEGF increases the permeability of sheep pleura ex vivo through VEGFR2 stimulation 

    Peppa, V. I.; Arsenopoulou, Z. V.; Zarogiannis, S. G.; Deligiorgi, T.; Jagirdar, R.; Makantasis, I.; Stefanidis, I.; Liakopoulos, V.; Molyvdas, P. A.; Gourgoulianis, K. I.; Hatzoglou, C. (2014)
    Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF), a cytokine that increases vascular permeability to water and proteins and induces angiogenesis, has been implicated in the development of pleural effusions. Inflammatory and ...