Effect of antrectomy on the nervous phase of gastric secretion in the dog.

@article{Caboclo1981EffectOA,
  title={Effect of antrectomy on the nervous phase of gastric secretion in the dog.},
  author={J L Caboclo and Megan M Wolfe and Michael P. Hocking and J E Mcguigan and Edward R. Woodward},
  journal={American journal of surgery},
  year={1981},
  volume={142 3},
  pages={324-7}
}
A method is described for complete isolation of the stomach in the dog with vagal innervation intact. This involves esophagostomy, double mucosal closure of the pylorus and a Maydl gastric fistula combined with gastrojejunostomy. The latter is occluded during periods of study. In this preparation the responses to sham feeding and to insulin-induced hypoglycemia were reduced approximately 10-fold, reiterating the significant synergistic effect of gastrin on vagal stimulation of the parietal cell… CONTINUE READING