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HAPC stands for High Amplitude Propagating Contractions

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Background: The purpose of these studies was to determine the suitability of bisacodyl for stimulating high-amplitude-propagating contractions in pediatric studies of...
Amplitude Propagating Contractions, Neural Reflexes and; to the high amplitude propagating contractions; Complexes/High Amplitude Propagating Contractions...
Absence of high amplitude propagating contractions in subjects with chronic spinal cord injury. Hanumantha R Ancha, Noel R Fajardo, William A Bauman...
819 Effect of Colon Transection on Spontaneous High-Amplitude-Propagating Contractions in Children
View This Abstract Online; Internal anal sphincter relaxation associated with bisacodyl-induced colonic high amplitude propagating contractions in children with...
View This Abstract Online; Effect of colon transection on spontaneous and meal-induced high-amplitude - propagating contractions in children. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr.
Colonic Migrating Motor Complexes, High Amplitude Propagating Contractions, Neural Reflexes and the Importance of Neuronal and Mucosal Serotonin
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by reduced high amplitude propagating contractions (HAPCs) on colon manometry. We previously showed colon pressure activity
In four cases, motility in the diverted colons was normal, including a gastrocolonic response and high-amplitude propagating contractions...
if the transit time in the colon is shortened by an increase high-amplitude propagating contractions (HAPCs), as seen in D-IBS, then the stool may be loose.
HAPCs in a patient with chronic constipation. High amplitude propagating contractions (HAPCs) following bisacodyl stimulation in a 10 year old boy with...
Occasional constipation - when you're traveling or pregnant; at ease talking about high-amplitude-propagating contractions and big balls of fiber.
An excessive number of high amplitude propagating contractions can be a cause of; but in some it involves the entire colon or even part of the small intestine.
The most common reasons for soiling are high amplitude propagating contractions which normally end in the sigmoid 21...
and high amplitude propagating contractions were described (6). Other studies have suggested that approximately
Erythromycin is successfully used as a gastroduodenal prokinetic agent; High-amplitude propagating contractions originated in cecum and migrated to splenic...
In addition, we also counted the number of high amplitude propagating contractions (HAPCs) (8, 9) and measured the peak amplitude of each HAPC in a given period.
Normal colon motility. The high amplitude propagating contractions do not propagate into the rectum. (B)...
View Robbie Daulton; worked with functional cine-MRI studies of the colon to compare the gold standard for detecting colonic high amplitude propagating contractions.
The motility index (MI) and number of high amplitude propagating contractions (HAPCs) in 10 IBS patients were compared with those of 10 controls.
Such high amplitude propagating contractions, with the resultant movement of colonic contents distally...
We identified four motility patterns: 1) high-amplitude propagating contractions (HAPCs) migrating through the neorectum to the anal sphincter...
absorption of water, salts, and short-chain fatty acids. High-amplitude propagating contractions are the physiological basisforcolonicmassmovements andappear afew...
In a healthy colon, several times each day high-amplitude propagating contractions begin in the cecum and dump the colon contents into the rectum.
Di Lorenzo C "Solid-state vs water-perfused catheters to measure colonic high-amplitude propagating contractions"...
High-amplitude propagating contractions are well-organized peristaltic sequences important for the propulsion of colonic contents from the proximal to the distal colon.
Additionally, in IBS patients experiencing diarrhea and abdominal pain, there are significantly more high-amplitude propagating contractions...
Abstract. AIM: To investigate the presence or absence of high amplitude propagating contractions (HAPC), as well as the other measures of colonic motility, in persons...
Mechanism of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS); In patients presenting with diarrhoea there is a greater number of high amplitude propagating contractions...
detected. movements. An excessive number of high amplitude propagating contractions can b LARGE INTESTINE (COLON) Normal Motility and Function