Stress Ulcer and Unilateral Truncal Vagotomy
In recent clinical and experimental studies, vagotomy has given favorable results for peptic ulcers by reducing acid production through elimination of vagal stimuli . Experimental gastric ulceration and bleeding caused by immobilization stress or a stereotactic hypothalamic lesion, however, can be prevented by vagotomy or sympathectomy .
KeywordsGastric Ulcer Gastric Wall Vagal Stimulation Stress Ulcer Truncal Vagotomy
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