Primary sensory nerves mediate in part the protective mesenteric hyperemia after intraduodenal acidification in rats.

@article{Leung1993PrimarySN,
  title={Primary sensory nerves mediate in part the protective mesenteric hyperemia after intraduodenal acidification in rats.},
  author={Felix W. Leung},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1993},
  volume={105 6},
  pages={1737-45}
}
BACKGROUND The mechanism of intraduodenal HCl-induced mesenteric hyperemia is unknown. In anesthetized rats, the hypothesis that the primary sensory nerves mediate the intraduodenal HCl-induced protective mesenteric hyperemia was tested. METHODS The hyperemic response in the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) and superficial villus damage after intraduodenal bolus administration of saline, 0.03N, or 0.1N HCl were measured. These changes induced by 0.1N HCl after mucosal anesthesia (1% lidocaine… CONTINUE READING

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