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Protein synthesis in acute pancreatitis.
Correlation between capillary filtration and lymph flow in venous congestion.
Vascular injury associated with acute pancreatitis induced by oil or Na-deoxycholate.
Effect of secretin, pancreozymin, histamine and Decholin® on canine pancreatic blood flow
SummaryIf injected into the superior pancreatico-duodenal artery secretin, pancreozymin, histamine and Decholin® each significantly increases the amount of blood flowing through the artery and the…
Agonists and antagonists of regulatory peptides as tools to study regulation of pancreatic exocrine secretion, cell proliferation and gene expression.
The data confirmed that the control of the exocrine function of the pancreas is complex, and that it involves peptides such as the cholecystokinin/gastrin-like peptides, bombesin- like peptides and somatostatin.
[Effect of a single crystallized pure alkaloid of Rauwolfia serpentina as well as rauwopur on the cerebral hemodynamics & on blood pressure in animal experiments].
A quantitative study of pancreatic blood flow in experimental pancreatitis.
Effect of an impairment of lymph flow on experimental acute pancreatitis.
The effect of bile-induced pancreatitis on the intrapancreatic vascular pattern in dogs.
- M. Papp, G. Ungvari, P. Nemeth, I. Munkacsi, L. Zubek
- MedicineScandinavian journal of gastroenterology
Constriction of the pancreatic arteries and arterioles was observed, the blood capillaries failed to fill, existing arteriovenous shunts widened and new ones arose, and venous stasis developed in dogs induced by an injection of bile through the duct of Santorini haemorrhagic pancreatitis.
Effect of a new potent CCK antagonist, lorglumide, on caerulein‐ and bombesin‐induced pancreatic secretion and growth in the rat
The ability of lorglumide to antagonize the effects on the pancreas of a CCK‐analogue, caerulein, and its inability to affect bombesin‐induced pancreatic secretion and growth is demonstrated, suggesting that lorgLumide is a potent and selective antagonist of CCK•receptors in the Pancreas.