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Role of vagal innervation on intragastric distribution and emptying of liquid and semisolid meals in conscious pigs

Neurogastroenterology and Motility : the Official Journal of the European Gastrointestinal Motility Society

Feb 13, 2001

Sophie BlatC H Malbert

Abstract

The role of vagal innervation on emptying patterns and intragastric distributions of liquid and semisolid meals is still controversial. We aimed to record these features after dorsal, ventral and truncal vagotomies, using external gamma scintigraphy in conscious pigs in which the dorsal...read more

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Muscle Innervation, Function
Nutrients
Scintiphotography
Gastric Emptying
Vagus Nerve Structure
Nerve Supply
Optical Image Reconstruction
Denervation
PIGS gene
Ventral Hernia
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  • References19
  • Citations14
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Role of vagal innervation on intragastric distribution and emptying of liquid and semisolid meals in conscious pigs

Neurogastroenterology and Motility : the Official Journal of the European Gastrointestinal Motility Society

Feb 13, 2001

Sophie BlatC H Malbert

PMID: 11169128

DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2982.2001.00242.x

Abstract

The role of vagal innervation on emptying patterns and intragastric distributions of liquid and semisolid meals is still controversial. We aimed to record these features after dorsal, ventral and truncal vagotomies, using external gamma scintigraphy in conscious pigs in which the dorsal...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Muscle Innervation, Function
Nutrients
Scintiphotography
Gastric Emptying
Vagus Nerve Structure
Nerve Supply
Optical Image Reconstruction
Denervation
PIGS gene
Ventral Hernia

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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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Measurement of gastric emptying of water in foals by impedance epigastrography

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Paper Details
References
  • References19
  • Citations14
12
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  • Citations14
12
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