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Diagnostik motilitätsbedingter Störungen im oberen Gastrointestinaltrakt

  • R. Winkelmann
  • G. Niederau
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Zusammenfassung

Koordinierte gastrointestinale Motilität kommt durch ein komplexes Zusammenspiel von neurogenen und humoralen Faktoren, der Spontanaktivität der gastrointestinalen glatten Muskulatur und dem Einfluß der Darminhalte zustande.

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  • R. Winkelmann
  • G. Niederau

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