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The anatomy and movements of the pyloric sphincteric cylinder
Disagreement about various aspects of the structure and function of the pylorus persists. Morbid anatomical, living anatomical, manometric and radiographic studies were done in an attempt to clarify some problems. It is ...
The anatomical extent of the pyloric sphincteric cylinder, the pyloric mucosal zone and the pyloric antrum
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1982-8)
The anatomy of the pyloric sphincteric cylinder is discussed. The pyloric ring is not a separate anatomical structure, but is an inherent part of the cylinder. Contraction of the cylinder narrows the diameter of the pyloric ...
A new, tubeless radiological test for duodenogastric reflux
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1982)
As a modification of the double-contrast barium meal, a tubeless radiological test for duodenogastric reflux, not involving the administration of any pharmacologically active substances, is described. The procedure minimizes ...
Dubbele pilorus en piloroduodenale fistels : twee gevalbeskrywings met bespreking
(Health & Medical Publishing Group, 1984)
Congenital double pylorus is extremely rare; only 2 cases have been found in the English and French literature. Acquired double pylorus occurs more often; up to 1982, 66 cases had been reported. During 6,810 consecutive ...