Motor response of the stomach and small intestine caused by stimulation of the peripheral end of the splanchnic nerve, thoracic sympathetic trunk and spinal roots.


Various discussions have been made by many investigators on the motor effect produced by stimulation of the splanchnic nerve which has been almost universally noted to be the inhibitory nerve to the stomach and small intestine (Kuntz1953, Hukuhara1953). Many workers have speculated as to whether or not the intensity, frequency and type of stimulation (Brown… (More)


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