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Proximal gastric vagotomy: effects of two surgical modifications on oral and intravenous glucose tolerance in the conscious rat

Physiology & Behavior

May 1, 1995

D GalewskiR Steinlein

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Vago-vagal nervous links between different splanchnic organs, the stomach included, may modulate glucose metabolism. Therefore, the effect of highly selective (HSV, cutting nerve fibers and vessels) and superselective vagotomy (SSV, cutting nerve fibers only) on oral and intravenous (IV...read more

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Insulin Sensitivity
Benign Tumor of Pancreas
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Gastric Emptying
Vagus Nerve Structure
Insulin B Chain
Novolin
Glucose Metabolism
Blood Glucose Measurement
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Proximal gastric vagotomy: effects of two surgical modifications on oral and intravenous glucose tolerance in the conscious rat

Physiology & Behavior

May 1, 1995

D GalewskiR Steinlein

PMID: 7610128

DOI: 10.1016/0031-9384(94)00331-x

Abstract

Vago-vagal nervous links between different splanchnic organs, the stomach included, may modulate glucose metabolism. Therefore, the effect of highly selective (HSV, cutting nerve fibers and vessels) and superselective vagotomy (SSV, cutting nerve fibers only) on oral and intravenous (IV...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Insulin Sensitivity
Benign Tumor of Pancreas
Nerve Fibers
Organ
Gastric Emptying
Vagus Nerve Structure
Insulin B Chain
Novolin
Glucose Metabolism
Blood Glucose Measurement

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Vagal Control of Feeding

The vagus nerve has afferent and efferent pathways that affect satiation, regulate appetite, and control feeding behavior. Here are the latest discoveries pertaining to the vagal control of feeding.

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