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Neuromuscular system of sphincter zones of esophagus and role thereof in coordination of functional activity of organ

By Baitinger Vladimir Frantzevitch


The researchers have examined 114 patients and carried out 413 tests on dogs. The object of investigation is revelation of the morphology of the neuromuscular system of the esophagus sphincter zones and determination of the role of the neural system of these zones in coordination of the organ motor activity. The investigators have examined the neuromuscular system of the esophagus sphincter zones of human beings and dogs and revealed the function thereof in the organization motor activity of these zones and the functional relationship between the upper and lower sphincter zones. The obtained results lay the foundation for studying pathogenesis of diverse motor disorders in the esophagus and sphincter zones thereofAvailable from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06P - Physiology, 06C - Human anatomy, human histology, BIOLOGY,MEDICINE AND HEALTHCARE
Year: 1992
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