Sympathetic nervous control of intramural blood flow in the feline and human intestines.

@article{Hulten1977SympatheticNC,
  title={Sympathetic nervous control of intramural blood flow in the feline and human intestines.},
  author={L. K. van Hulten and Jacob Lindhagen and Ove Lundgren},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1977},
  volume={72 1},
  pages={
          41-8
        }
}
Intramural blood flow and flow distribution in the feline and human intestines were investigated by means of a recently developed inert gas elimination technique during electrical stimulation of the regional sympathetic nerve fibers. The results obtained in man and cat showed qualitative and quantitative similarities. Thus, observations made on man strongly suggested that the intestine exhibited an autoregulatory escape from the vasoconstrictor fiber influence in the same manner as was seen in… CONTINUE READING
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