Q. Who tied a beating-heart dog preparation to the railings between a courtyard of the Sorbonne and the pavement of a Parisian public thorough-fare?
Q. Why was The Brown Dog immortalised with a statue in London?
Q. Can you describe the several forms of the endothelial barrier and the major barrier components?
Q. What is the clinical relevance of immediately-available sodium stores?
Q. How do you explain the regulation of cardiac output?
Q. What is the mean circulatory pressure while the circulation of blood is in progress? Where can it be measured?
Q. In recent years the channeling of interstitial fluid flow and the role of glymph in the brain have been revealed. Could you teach a student about them?
Q. Which body tissues have no apparent lymphatic vessels?
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