The action of ketocholanic acids upon lower bowel motility
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A preparation of sodium ketocholanate was studied for its effect upon lower bowel emptying in rabbit and in man. Administered into the rectum in the form of solution in 5 or 10 ml. quantities, or as a suppository it produces regularly, after a short latent period, copious defecation. Suggestions for its use are described.
KeywordsBile Acid Duodenal Ulcer Bile Salt Rectal Administration Amebiasis
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