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Our purpose was to determine the effect of diaphragmatic lymphatics on steady state caudal mediastinal node (CMN) or lung lymph flow in the unanesthetized sheep. After standard lung lymph fistula preparation, in which the CMN efferent was cannulated, nine sheep had an additional extensive cautery procedure in the right chest along the esophagus and diaphragm to sever any systemic lymphatics entering the CMN. This was followed by a similar cautery procedure on the left side, one week later.pmid:7162210 fatcat:niobrwj6kjdn3e76is6tghnszm