Immunoreactive Secretin Release and Pure Pancreatic Juice after Duodenal Infusion in Bile in Man
The improved technique of endoscopic cannulation of the main pancreatic duct has made a collection of pure pancreatic juice possible in man2,6,7,8. We have described7 an endoscopic model for the study of the exocrine pancreatic secretion after intraduodenal stimulation with test solutions. Using a side-viewing Olympus duodenoscope (model JF B2) the main pancreatic duct was cannul-ated with the standard Olympus catheter used for endoscopic cannulation. Prior to the examination another similar catheter was attached to the outside of the duodenoscope for instillation of test solutions.
KeywordsBile Salt Pancreatic Juice Main Pancreatic Duct Pancreatic Secretion Exocrine Pancreatic Secretion
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