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Spinous leafy nerve endings in the feline stomach wall

AuthorsRodrigo García, José ; Hernández, C. J.; DeFelipe, Javier ; Antón J. A.; Espinosa, F.
Issue Date1979
CitationActa Anatomica 103: 184-191 (1979)
AbstractThe Champy-Maillet ZIO technique has been applied to the study of the muscular tunic of the stomach. In the corpus and antrum pyloricum some nerve fibres end in non-capsulated expansions owning thorn-like protrusions. Their morphology is studied and a possibly functional sensory significance is proposed, on the basis of previous experimental results.
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