Enteric nervous system and developmental abnormalities in childhood

@article{Paran2006EntericNS,
  title={Enteric nervous system and developmental abnormalities in childhood},
  author={Thambipillai Sri Paran and Udo Rolle and P. K. Puri},
  journal={Pediatric Surgery International},
  year={2006},
  volume={22},
  pages={945-959}
}
ENS consists of a complex network of neurons, organised in several plexuses, which interact by means of numerous neurotransmitters. It is capable of modulating the intestinal motility, exocrine and endocrine secretions, microcirculation and immune and inflammatory responses within the gastrointestinal tract, independent of the central nervous system. Though the embryological development of various plexuses are completed by mid-way of gestation, the maturation of neurons and nerve plexuses… CONTINUE READING
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