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Meal-induced jejunal absorption requires intact neural pathways.
Small bowel varices from neuroendocrine tumor of the pancreas.
Studies on the mucosal hyperaemia of the feline small intestine observed at endoluminal perfusion with substance P.
Glucagon-like peptide 2 is an endogenous mediator of postresection intestinal adaptation.
Small-bowel origin of the signal for meal-induced jejunal absorption.
Early regional expression and secretion of peptide YY and enteroglucagon after massive resection of small bowel.
Differential role of vagus nerve in maintaining diurnal gene expression rhythms in the proximal small intestine.
The effects of vagal nerve stimulation on endoluminal release of serotonin and substance P into the feline small intestine.
Vagal release of serotonin into gut lumen and portal circulation via separate control mechanisms.
Nonoperative management of patients with a diagnosis of high-grade small bowel obstruction by computed tomography.
Pancreatic peptide YY mRNA levels increase during adaptation after small intestinal resection.
Intraluminal release of serotonin during the interdigestive migrating complex in the canine small intestine.
Peptide YY is a physiological regulator of water and electrolyte absorption in the canine small bowel in vivo.
Ileus and the macrophage.
Intraluminal release of serotonin, substance P, and gastrin in the canine small intestine.
Postreceptor mechanisms of small-bowel water and electrolyte transport.
Surgical treatment of small bowel cancer: a 20-year single institution experience.
Peptide YY augments postprandial small intestinal absorption in the conscious dog.
Effect of xenopsin on blood flow, hormone release, and acid secretion.
How Many Midnights?: Admission Status for Elders With Small Bowel Obstruction.