Experimental and clinical aspects of gastrocolic reflexes

  title={Experimental and clinical aspects of gastrocolic reflexes},
  author={Martin F. Tansy and Frank M. Kendall},
  journal={The American Journal of Digestive Diseases},
It is doubtful whether any hypothesis which has so far been advanced to explain the relation between the ingestion of food and defecation in normal man and in lower animals is adequate. The literature pertaining to this subject matter has, in recent years, become so voluminous that all of the experimental evidence in favor of the various views cannot be reviewed here but rather an attempt has been made to point out certain lines of evidence which, to the authors, appear to be the most… CONTINUE READING


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