The participation of the nitrergic pathway in increased rate of transitory relaxation of lower esophageal sphincter induced by rectal distension in dogs.

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CONTEXT The rectal distension in dogs increases the rate of transitory lower esophageal sphincter relaxation considered the main factor causing gastroesophageal reflux. OBJECTIVES The aim of this study was evaluate the participation of the nitrergic pathway in the increased transitory lower esophageal sphincter relaxation rate induced by rectal distension… (More)

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@article{Palheta2014ThePO, title={The participation of the nitrergic pathway in increased rate of transitory relaxation of lower esophageal sphincter induced by rectal distension in dogs.}, author={Michel Santos Palheta and Jos{\'e} Ronaldo Vasconcelos da Graça and Arm{\^e}nio Aguiar dos Santos and Liziane Herm{\'o}genes Lopes and Raimundo Campos Palheta J{\'u}nior and Miguel {\^A}ngelo Nobre e Souza}, journal={Arquivos de gastroenterologia}, year={2014}, volume={51 2}, pages={102-6} }