Pathogenesis of paralytic ileus: intestinal manipulation opens a transient pathway between the intestinal lumen and the leukocytic infiltrate of the jejunal muscularis.

@article{Schwarz2002PathogenesisOP,
  title={Pathogenesis of paralytic ileus: intestinal manipulation opens a transient pathway between the intestinal lumen and the leukocytic infiltrate of the jejunal muscularis.},
  author={Nicolas T Schwarz and Donna Beer-Stolz and Richard L. Simmons and Anthony J. M. Bauer},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={2002},
  volume={235 1},
  pages={31-40}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate the existence of a pathway between intraluminal products and the muscularis leukocytic infiltrate. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA Mild intestinal manipulation or lipopolysaccharide initiates an intense inflammatory response within the intestinal muscularis, resulting in paralytic ileus. A major potential morbidity factor in ileus is luminal bacterial overgrowth. METHODS ACI rats were subjected to small bowel manipulation, after which fluorescent carboxylated or… CONTINUE READING
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