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It works by increasing peristalsis (contractions) in the colon, leading to an increase in the number of bowel movements.
By identifying specific patterns in the type/severity of GER (acid/non-acid, proximal/distal) and esophageal dysmotility (impaired reflux clearance, impaired bolus transit, decrease post-reflux swallow induced peristalsis) that will ...
You may notice wave-like contractions (peristalsis) that ripple across your baby's upper abdomen soon after feeding but before vomiting.
., revolve around the molecular, cellular and translational biology of the gastrointestinal neuromuscular system, with particular focus on the gut's own nervous system and interstitial cells of Cajal, which mediate interactions between nerve and smoo...
Innovations improve achalasia diagnosis, management - Mayo Clinic Innovations improve achalasia diagnosis, management Share Doximity Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Print details Email May 13, 2016 The last decade has seen significant advances in the diagn...
Evaluating the role of peroral endoscopic myotomy in the treatment of achalasia - Mayo Clinic Evaluating the role of peroral endoscopic myotomy in the treatment of achalasia Share Doximity Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Print details Email Oct. 23, 2018 A...
Distal esophageal spasm (DES) and Jackhammer esophagus (JE, a form of hypercontractile peristalsis) were more common in patients evaluated on opiates, but these differences did not reach statistical significance.
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