Effects of mesodiencephalic modulation on electrical spike activity in rat small intestine after massive blood loss
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Blood loss-induced ischemia reduced intestinal electrical spike activity and delayed or blocked the migrating myoelectric complex. A single session of mesodiencephalic modulation significantly intensified electrical discharges, stimulated contractions of the small intestine, and restored normal cycles of the migrating myoelectric complex.
Key Wordssmall intestine migrating myoelectric complex spike activity rhythms blood loss
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