Tonus of Lutkens' sphincter under normal conditions and in experimental fever

Abstract

We previously established [3] that bile secretion is depressed in febrile animals; no material changes were noted in the discharge of bile into the intestine. The fact that, on an empty stomach, in animals with Dastre's biliary fistula and with the common bile duct isolated by I. P. Pavlov's method bile was regularly released through the biliary fistula, no more than 1.5 ml of bile being periodically liberated from the fistula in the duct, requires further investigation. This relationship was greatly altered if the animal was presented with an alimentary stimulus. In this case the greater part of the bile was directed to the intestine and poured through the fistula in the duct, only

DOI: 10.1007/BF00790485

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@article{Konstantinov2004TonusOL, title={Tonus of Lutkens' sphincter under normal conditions and in experimental fever}, author={Mikhail Konstantinov}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={58}, pages={1059-1062} }