Colonic myoelectrical activity and propulsion in the dog

@article{Fioramonti1980ColonicMA,
  title={Colonic myoelectrical activity and propulsion in the dog},
  author={Jean Fioramonti and Rafa{\"e}l Garcia-Villar and Lionel Bu{\'e}no and Yves Ruckebusch},
  journal={Digestive Diseases and Sciences},
  year={1980},
  volume={25},
  pages={641-646}
}
Electrical spike activity was recorded on the colon of the dog. The duration of the bursts of the spike was used to divide the spike activity into two different types: long and short spike bursts (LSB and SSB). LSBs lasted from 7 (ascending) to 37 sec (descending) and SSBs lasted about 1 sec, independent of the site. These measurements were applied to colons of colostomized dogs for which the colonic transit time was negatively correlated to the LSBs expressed as percent of the time. The… CONTINUE READING

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