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Movement of the feline esophagus associated with respiration and peristalsis. An evaluation using tantalum markers

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Jan 1, 1973

W J DoddsF F Zboralske

Abstract

The outer, lateral esophageal walls in the distal half of the esophagus in each of five cats were labeled with small tantalum wires. About 8 wk later, esophageal motion associated with respiration and peristalsis, induced by injecting barium boli (5 ml each) into the proximal esophagus,...read more

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Family Felidae
Tonometry
Esophageal Tissue
Study, Methodological
Peristalsis
Plain X-ray
Set of Muscles
Esophageal Diseases
Cell Respiration
Tantalum
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Movement of the feline esophagus associated with respiration and peristalsis. An evaluation using tantalum markers

The Journal of Clinical Investigation

Jan 1, 1973

W J DoddsF F Zboralske

PMID: 4682383

DOI: 10.1172/jci107152

Abstract

The outer, lateral esophageal walls in the distal half of the esophagus in each of five cats were labeled with small tantalum wires. About 8 wk later, esophageal motion associated with respiration and peristalsis, induced by injecting barium boli (5 ml each) into the proximal esophagus,...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Family Felidae
Tonometry
Esophageal Tissue
Study, Methodological
Peristalsis
Plain X-ray
Set of Muscles
Esophageal Diseases
Cell Respiration
Tantalum

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