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Pathophysiologie der Magenmotilität und der Magensekretion

  • H. M. Jennewein
  • R. Arnold

Zusammenfassung

Der Magen weist bezüglich seiner Motilität eine funktionelle Zweiteilung auf (Abb. 27.1): Der Magenfundus führt überwiegend tonische Wandbewegungen aus, der antrale Teil des Magens zeigt eine ausgeprägte phasische Aktivität.

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  • H. M. Jennewein
  • R. Arnold

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