Secretory function of the stomach in hyperthermia

  • M. M. Dzhalilov
  • Published 1958 in Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine


The author presents results of his study of secretory function of the stomach during overheating of dogs to 38–39°C for 4 hours. It was established that the amount of gastric juice secreted during hyperthermia is decreased to all types of food stimulants. Its digestive power is also decreased. The acidity of the gastric juice is diminished down to complete… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00784011


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