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Diverticula of the alimentary canal. Lancet, i, 1061 Puestow, C. B. (1938). Changes in intra-choledochal pressure following cholecystectomy. , Gynec. , 67, 82 Ramsay, E. , Watson, J. , Gramiak, R. and Weinberg, S. A. (1955). Cinefluorographic analysis of the mechanism of swallowing. Radiology, 64, 498 26 ALIMENTARY SPHINCTERS AND THEIR DISORDERS Rosenberg, J. C. and Didio, L. J. (1969). In vivo appearance and function of the ileum as observed directly through a cecostomy. Am. J. , 52, 411 Rutherford, A.
When the electrical stimulation ceased, the relaxation was followed by a rapid contraction. Even more complex patterns were seen at higher frequencies, some strips giving a triphasic response of contraction followed by relaxation and an after-contraction. Most of the longitudinal muscle strips responded with contraction. These effects were due mainly to stimulation of intrinsic nerves, since they were greatly reduced or prevented by tetrodotoxin and were the net result of stimulating excitatory and inhibitory nerves.
In brief, strips of human gastrointestinal muscle are obtained from surgical specimens. Since the resected specimen usually contains healthy gut, it is possible to examine both normal and diseased tissue from the same patient. 1) at 37°C is usually used because its ionic composition and pH when bubbled with 5 per cent C02 (see Bennett, 1973) are similar to those of plasma. 1 Composition of Krebs solution (Krebs and Henseleit, 1932), plus dextrose. Chemicals dissolved in glass-distilled or de-ionised water gassed with 5% C02 in 0 2 Constituent g/1 mM NaCI KCI MgSO •.
Alimentary Sphincters and their Disorders by Paul A. Thomas, Charles V. Mann