Gastrointestinal Motility in Health and Disease: Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Gastrointestinal Motility, held at the Royal Coll by H.L. DuthieGastrointestinal Motility in Health and Disease: Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Gastrointestinal Motility, held at the Royal Coll by H.L. Duthie

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Title:Gastrointestinal Motility in Health and Disease: Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on…Format:PaperbackPublished:August 23, 2014Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401743916

ISBN - 13:9789401743914


Table of Contents

1 Studies on the interdigestive (migrating) motor complex in man.- 2 Migrating myoelectrical complexes in man.- 3 The interdigestive myoelectrical complex and other migrating electrical phenomena in the human small intestine.- 4 Effect of feeding and of gastrin on the interdigestive myoelectrical complex in man.- 5 Postoperative gastrointestinal complexes.- 6 The effect of different test meals on the interdigestive myoelectrical complex (MMC) in dogs.- 7 The effects of exogenous cholecystokinin and pentagastrin on myoelectrical activity in the small intestine of the conscious fasted dog.- 8 Longitudinal contractions in the jejunum of fasting dogs.- 9 Laxative effects on small intestinal electrical activity of the conscious dog.- 10 Migrating myoelectrical complexes: disruption, enhancement and disorganization.- 11 Treatment of diverticular disease with hydrophilic colloids.- 12 Control of motor activity in the lower oesophageal sphincter by motilin.- 13 The role of the cholinergie nervous system in the gastrointestinal response to motilin in vivo.- 14 VIP antagonizes motilin-induced antral contractions in vitro.- 15 Release of [3H]noradrenaline by electrical stimulation of human isolated taenia coli.- 16 2-2?-Pyridylisatogen antagonizes adenosine 5?-triphosphate but not nerve-mediated relaxations in human isolated taenia coli.- 17 Stimulatory actions of adenosine triphosphate in dog intestine.- 18 Effect of dopamine on gastric motility in man: evidence for specific receptors.- 19 Is dopamine an endogenous inhibitor of gastric emptying?.- 20 Low residue diet affects motility of the duodenum as well as the colon.- 21 Effects of 16,16-dimethyl prostaglandin E2 on the integrated response to a meal.- 22 Influence of nutritive density of a meal on gastric emptying in duodenal ulcer patients.- 23 The effect of vagotomy on gastric emptying of solid and liquid components of a meal.- 24 The effect of bran on colonic myoelectrical function in diverticular disease.- 25 Methods of analysing rhythmic electrical potentials in the gastrointestinal tract.- 26 Frequency analysis of electrical activity in dog colon.- 27 Gastroduodenal coordination: a computer analysis.- 28 Computer analysis of electrical and mechanical activity of stomach, duodenum and caecum over long periods.- 29 Real-time analysis of colonic myoelectrical rhythms in disease.- 30 Specific impedance of longitudinal and circular muscle from cat proximal jejunum.- 31 Colonic mechanoreceptor input to neurons in the coeliac plexus and superior mesenteric ganglion.- 32 Electrical activity of myenteric neurons: comparison of results obtained with intracellular and extracellular methods of recording.- 33 The genesis of the myoelectrical activity in the circular muscle layer from the cat colon: a pharmacological analysis.- 34 In vitro studies of the electrical activity of the longitudinal and circular muscle layers of the human colon.- 35 Human lower oesophageal sphincter (LES) response to submaximal and maximal effective doses of synthetic human big gastrin (G-34) and gastrin I (G-17).- 36 The effects of thyrocalcitonin on pentagastrin-induced contraction of the lower oesophageal sphincter in normals and in patients with achalasia.- 37 Comparison of the biological activity of pentagastrin, G-17 and G-34 on canine antral motility and intracellular electrical activity.- 38 Direct measurement of pyloric diameter and tone in man and their response to cholecystokinin.- 39 The relationship between gastric inhibitory peptide and right colon electromechanical activity after feeding.- 40 Colonic motility.- 41 Cellular ion concentrations and electrical control activity in various regions of the colon.- 42 Electrophysiological control of motility in canine colon.- 43 Nycthemeral variation of ileocolic myoelectrical activity in the cat.- 44 The identification of an electrically silent zone at the ileocaecocolic junction.- 45 Idiopathic intestinal pseudo-obstruction syndromes-A clinicopathological study of six adults.- 46 Activity of derivatives of tyrosine on gastrointestinal motility.- 47 Sources of inaccuracy in measurement of sphincter pressures using perfused catheters.- 48 Food sensitivity in reflux oesophagitis.- 49 Motor response of the human oesophagus to different intraluminal pHs.- 50 The role of the antral pacesetter potential in canine gastric emptying of solids.- 51 Myoelectrical activity and histology at duodenal anastomoses.- 52 Characterization of the feline pyloric sphincter by neural and hormonal stimulation.- 53 The pressure relationship in the gastric body, antrum and duodenum during gastric (abomasal) emptying in the calf.- 54 Transformation of the slow potential rhythm of the fundus of the stomach after functional loading following Billroth I gastrectomy.- 55 Vagal control of lower oesophageal sphincter function.- 56 The cat oesophagus: responses of the circular layer of smooth muscle from the body to electrical field stimulation.- 57 Mechanism of tetrodotoxin-insensitive relaxation of opossum lower oesophageal sphincter.- 58 Analysis of the electrical activity of the canine gastro-oesophageal sphincter in terms of overlapping pulse sequences.- 59 The myogenic control of oesophageal peristalsis and LES relaxation and interaction between myogenic and neural control systems.- 60 Comparison of mechanical characteristics of the lower oesophageal sphincter and pyloric sphincter.- 61 The role of the duodenum in the regulation of lower oesophageal sphincter pressure (LESP) in the dog.- 62 Clinical and experimental studies on the effect of nifedipine on smooth muscle of the oesophagus and LES.- 63 The upper oesophageal sphincter during vomiting, eructation and distension of the cardia: an electromyographic study in the unanaesthetized dog.- 64 Somatostatin inhibition of lower oesophageal sphincter pressure elevation caused by glycine: support for a role of endogenous gastrin in physiological responses of the sphincter.- 65 Sphincter of Oddi motor activity in man: a zone of unique, phasic high-pressure contractions.- 66 Antagonism by metoclopramide of some gastrointestinal effects of secretin.- 67 Effects of bile salts and prostaglandins on colonic motility in the rabbit.- 68 Evidence suggesting prostaglandins mediate lower oesophageal sphincter incompetence associated with inflammation.- 69 Hydrogen ions inhibit jejunal flow.- 70 Gastroduodenal contractile activity in fed and fasted unrestrained rats.- 71 Calibration of strain gauge force transducers and quantification of gastric motility.- 72 Pressure and motility studies in clinical practice.- 73 Relaxation oscillators.- 74 Human colonic modelling and multiple solutions in non-linear oscillators.