Digestive Diseases and Sciences

, Volume 42, Issue 5, pp 885–891

Case Report: Electrical Stimulation at a Frequency Higher than Basal Rate in Human Stomach

  • Babajide O. Familoni
  • Thomas L. Abell
  • Guy Voeller
  • Atef Salem
  • Osama Gaber
Article
GASTRIC ELECTRICAL CONTROL ACTIVITY GASTRIC EMPTYING GASTROPARESIS CONTRACTIONS ELECTRICAL STIMULATION 

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  • Babajide O. Familoni
  • Thomas L. Abell
  • Guy Voeller
  • Atef Salem
  • Osama Gaber

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