Effect of fifty percent small bowel resection on gastric secretory function in rhesus monkeys.


Basal acid output (BAO) and histamine-stimulated acid output (MAO) were studied in 11 fasting rhesus monkeys. Serum gastrin and gastric inhibitory polypeptide (GIP) were assayed in eight. Fifty percent distal small bowel resection was performed and the studies were repeated at 6 weeks and 6 months. Highly significant increases were seen in BAO (0.37 "/- 0… (More)


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