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1974 4
1975 3
1976 7
1977 8
1978 16
1979 4
1980 20
1981 5
1982 7
1983 9
1984 18
1985 11
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1987 16
1988 24
1989 18
1990 28
1991 21
1992 21
1993 18
1994 24
1995 28
1996 15
1997 27
1998 20
1999 16
2000 22
2001 26
2002 32
2003 30
2004 25
2005 26
2006 34
2007 38
2008 34
2009 40
2010 40
2011 37
2012 34
2013 33
2014 25
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2017 34
2018 27
2019 17
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An ANMS-NASPGHAN consensus document on anorectal and colonic manometry in children
Rodriguez L, et al. Neurogastroenterol Motil 2017 - Review. PMID 27723185
BACKGROUND: Over the last few years, the study of the colon and anorectal function has experienced great technical advances that have facilitated the performance of the tests and have allowed a more detailed characterization of reflexes and motor patterns. ...PURPOSE: This review highlights some of the recent advances in pediatric colon and anorectal motility testing including indications and preparation for the studies, and how to perform and interpret the tests. ...
BACKGROUND: Over the last few years, the study of the colon and anorectal function has experienced great technical advances that have …
Extrinsic Primary Afferent Neurons Link Visceral Pain to Colon Motility Through a Spinal Reflex in Mice.
Smith-Edwards KM, et al. Gastroenterology 2019. PMID 31075226 Free PMC article.
ExPANs mediate visceral pain, and myenteric neurons mediate colon motility, so we investigated communication between ExPANs and myenteric neurons and the circuits by which ExPANs modulate colon function. ...RESULTS: Focal electrical stimulation of mouse colon produced phased-locked calcium signals in myenteric neurons and produced colon contractions. ...
ExPANs mediate visceral pain, and myenteric neurons mediate colon motility, so we investigated communication between ExPANs and myent …
Extrathoracic hyperinflation
Bruyneel M and Ninane V. Thorax 2018. PMID 28866641
Changes in neuromuscular structure and functions of human colon during ageing are region-dependent.
Broad J, et al. Gut 2019. PMID 30228216 Free PMC article.
Similar changes were absent in descending colon. In the elderly, overall numbers of myenteric and neuronal nitric oxide synthase-immunoreactive neurons and intramuscular nerve densities were unchanged in ascending and descending colon, compared with adults. ...Similar changes were absent in descending colon. CONCLUSION: In ascending not descending colon, ageing impairs cholinergic function....
Similar changes were absent in descending colon. In the elderly, overall numbers of myenteric and neuronal nitric oxide synthase-immu …
The colon revisited or the key to wellness, health and disease.
Gonzalez-Correa CA, et al. Med Hypotheses 2017. PMID 29055387
Therefore, in order to maintain a good health or to improve or even reverse chronic diseases in a person, the main outcome to look for is a homeostatic balance of the intestinal microbiota (eubiosis), most of which is located in the colon. ...Thus, as part of our good life habits (healthy eating, physical exercise), we should probably undergo periodic seasons of fasting and colon cleansing, as it was common in older times....
Therefore, in order to maintain a good health or to improve or even reverse chronic diseases in a person, the main outcome to look for is a …
Effects of inflammation on the innervation of the colon.
Moynes DM, et al. Toxicol Pathol 2014 - Review. PMID 24159054
This review article describes the structure and function of the enteric nervous system, which is embedded within the gut wall, the sympathetic motor innervation of the colon and the extrinsic afferent innervation of the colon, and considers the evidence that colitis alters these important sensory and motor systems. ...
This review article describes the structure and function of the enteric nervous system, which is embedded within the gut wall, the sympathet …
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