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Changes in the Pyloric-Antral Nervous Tissue Accompanying Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers

  • O. Stochdorph
  • W. Brückner
  • F. Holle

Abstract

The digestive and resorptive functions of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract depend upon the regulation of motility and secretion. These, in turn, depend upon hormonal and nerve influences. Secretion appears to be regulated chiefly by hormonal influences, although not all details of this regulatory system are yet known. Motility results from a modification of the spontaneous activity of the visceral smooth muscle, brought about by the release of chemical agents from the structures of the intrinsic innervation.

Keywords

Duodenal Ulcer Sheath Cell Chronic Ulcerative Colitis Spinal Ganglion Plexus Structure 
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  • O. Stochdorph
  • W. Brückner
  • F. Holle

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