Regulation of mesenteric blood flow: Effect of hormones and drugs

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Abstract

A knowlege of the anatomy and physiology of the mesenteric circulation is essential if one wants to evaluate the clinical problems of mesenteric ischemia, which can present as various clinical syndromes. The main types are occlusive and nonocclusive hemorrhagic bowel necrosis. Many cases of nonocclusive bowel ischemia are associated with digitalis toxicity, congestive heart failure and cardiac arrythmia. In this paper, the anatomy, blood flow and distribution of mesenteric vessels have been briefly described. The effect of some gastrointestinal hormones and various drugs on the mesenteric circulation have been briefly discussed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAmerican Journal of Proctology Gastroenterology and Colon and Rectal Surgery
Pages3-7+11
Volume34
Edition1
StatePublished - 1983
Externally publishedYes

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Mann, N. S. (1983). Regulation of mesenteric blood flow: Effect of hormones and drugs. In American Journal of Proctology Gastroenterology and Colon and Rectal Surgery (1 ed., Vol. 34, pp. 3-7+11)