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Manometrie und Myographie

  • P. C. H. Lederer
  • G. Lux
Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Neben Sekretion und Absorption ist die glattmuskuläre Motorik der dritte wesentliche Funktionsparameter des Verdauungstrakts, der neben dem gerichteten Transport die Zerkleinerung und Durchmischung des Magen- und Darminhalts sowie Reservoirfunktionen mit Regelung der Entleerung von Magen und Kolon bewirkt.

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  • G. Lux

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