Effect of proximal gastric vagotomy on feeding stimulated Heidenhain pouch acid secretion and gastrin release.

Abstract

Truncal vagotomy (TV) is known to increase the feeding stimulated acid output of Heidenhain pouches. A series of experiments were performed in dogs to see if proximal gastric vagotomy (PGV) also had this effect. Dogs were prepared with gastric fistulas (GF) and Heidenhain pouches (HP). Gastric function testing included three categories of tests: (1) serum… (More)

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@article{Harmon1978EffectOP, title={Effect of proximal gastric vagotomy on feeding stimulated Heidenhain pouch acid secretion and gastrin release.}, author={John W. Harmon and Hugh H Trout}, journal={Annals of surgery}, year={1978}, volume={188 5}, pages={647-51} }