Cervical vagotomy increased the distal colon distention to urinary bladder inhibitory reflex in male rats

@article{Kaddumi2015CervicalVI,
  title={Cervical vagotomy increased the distal colon distention to urinary bladder inhibitory reflex in male rats},
  author={Ezidin G. Kaddumi},
  journal={Clinical Autonomic Research},
  year={2015},
  volume={26},
  pages={33-39}
}
Purpose Many studies have demonstrated the convergence of vagal inputs into brainstem centers with inputs from the urinary bladder and colon, as well as the convergence of vagal inputs into other centers controlling the urinary bladder and colon reflexes. However, the effect of the vagal inputs on the interaction between the urinary bladder and other pelvic organs has not been studied. In this study, the effect of bilateral cervical vagotomy on the distal colon to urinary bladder reflex was… CONTINUE READING

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