PhD Dr. Anders Sjöqvist MD

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Nociceptive stimulation of the peritoneum inhibits colonic motility via a sympathoadrenergic reflex. This sympathetic reflex most probably induces the inhibition indirectly via a presynaptic blockade of cholinergic transmission. To further clarify this reflex, colonic motility was continuously recorded by a volume method in rats exposed to nociceptive(More)
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