Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, January 27th, 2009
"We induced the primary peristaltic wave associated with swallowing and observed it endoscopically in the lower esophagus, at the same time measuring the intraesophageal pressure using a manometry catheter. The mean primary peristaltic amplitude associated with swallowing was 65.6 +/- 47.4 mmHg in the volunteer group, and 28.0 +/-...
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