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  1. Risk of cancer in patients with constipation
  2. Stress-strain analysis of duodenal contractility in response to flow and ramp distension in rabbits fed low-fiber diet
  3. Blood Flow Regulates Zebrafish Caudal Vein Plexus Angiogenesis by ERK5-klf2a-nos2b Signaling
  4. The esophagiome: integrated anatomical, mechanical, and physiological analysis of the esophago-gastric segment
  5. Fecobionics: Integrating Anorectal Function Measurements
  6. Esophageal multimodal stimulation and sensation
  7. Pathophysiology and treatment of achalasia in a muscle mechanical perspective
  8. The impact of naloxegol on anal sphincter function - Using a human experimental model of opioid-induced bowel dysfunction
  9. Axial Movements and Length Changes of the Human Lower Esophageal Sphincter During Respiration and Distension-induced Secondary Peristalsis Using Functional Luminal Imaging Probe
  10. A Novel Role of Id1 in Regulating Oscillatory Shear Stress-Mediated Lipid Uptake in Endothelial Cells
  11. Anal sphincter dysfunction in patients treated with primary radiotherapy for anal cancer: a study with the functional lumen imaging probe
  12. The Turning Point for Morphomechanical Remodeling During Complete Intestinal Obstruction in Rats Occurs After 12–24 h
  13. 3D reconstruction and fiber quantification in the pig lower esophageal sphincter region using in vitro diffusion tensor imaging
  14. Interdependency between mechanical parameters and afferent nerve discharge in remodeled diabetic Goto-Kakizaki rat intestine
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  16. Prolonged-Release Oxycodone/Naloxone Improves Anal Sphincter Relaxation Compared to Oxycodone Plus Macrogol 3350
  17. Intestinal Mechanomorphological Remodeling Induced by Long-Term Low-Fiber Diet in Rabbits
  18. Esophagogastric junction in systemic sclerosis: A study with the functional lumen imaging probe
  19. Analysis of data is key in gastrointestinal diagnostics
  20. Chinese health care system and clinical epidemiology
  21. Reversible stress softening in layered rat esophagus in vitro after potassium chloride activation
  22. Esophagus
  23. Patients with Barrett's esophagus are hypersensitive to acid but hyposensitive to other stimuli compared with healthy controls
  24. Low-residue diet fed to rabbits induces histomorphological and biomechanical remodeling of small intestine
  25. Shear Modulus of the Partially Obstructed Rat Small Intestine
  26. The sensory system of the esophagus--what do we know?
  27. The Esophagiome: concept, status, and future perspectives
  28. Increased yield pressure in the anal canal during sacral nerve stimulation: a pilot study with the functional lumen imaging probe
  29. Diabetes-induced mechanophysiological changes in the esophagus
  30. Tu1409 Abnormal Expressions of Age, RAGE, TGF- β1 and TGF- β1 Receptor in Colonic Wall Contributed to STZ-Induced Diabetic Colon Remodeling
  31. Distensibility and pain of the uterine cervix evaluated by novel techniques
  32. Clinical Mechanics in the Gut: An Introduction
  33. Preface
  34. Biomechanical Theory
  35. Future Perspectives
  36. Subject Index
  37. Methods in the Study of Gastrointestinal Mechanics
  38. The Mechanical System: Muscle and Connective Tissue
  39. The Mechanical System: Motor Patterns in Organs
  40. Disordered Mechanical Function in the Gastrointestinal Tract
  41. The Geometry of the System: The Structure of the Gastrointestinal Tract as a Mechanical Device
  42. Mechanism Investigation of the Improvement of Chang Run Tong on the Colonic Remodeling in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats
  43. Interdependency between mechanical parameters and afferent nerve discharge in hypertrophic intestine of rats
  44. Esophageal morphometric and biomechanical changes during aging in rats
  45. Functional lumen imaging of the gastrointestinal tract
  46. 547 Intestinal Morphometric and Biomechanical Changes During Aging in Rats
  47. Sa1112 Three-Dimensional Myoarchitecture of Porcine Gastro-Esophageal Junction With Diffusion Tensor Imaging
  48. Tu1155 Stress Softening Behavior in the Mucosa-Submucosa and Muscle Layers in Normal and Diabetic Rat Esophagus
  49. Sa1381 The Effect of Chang Run Tong on Biomechanical Colon Remodeling in STZ-Induced Type I Diabetic Rats - Is It Related to Advanced Glycation End Product Formation?
  50. Ultraporous nanofeatured PCL–PEO microfibrous scaffolds enhance cell infiltration, colonization and myofibroblastic differentiation
  51. Identification of biomechanical properties in vivo in human uterine cervix
  52. Sacral nerve stimulation changes rectal sensitivity and biomechanical properties in patients with irritable bowel syndrome
  53. Pain evoked by distension of the uterine cervix in women with dysmenorrhea: evidence for central sensitization
  54. Contractions Reverse Stress Softening in Rat Esophagus
  55. Cervical Stiffness Evaluated In Vivo by Endoflip in Pregnant Women
  56. Quantitative Differences Between Primary and Secondary Peristaltic Contractions of the Esophagus
  57. Validation of Shape Context Based Image Registration Method Using Digital Image Correlation Measurement on a Rat Stomach
  58. Tu2091 Morpho-Mechanical Intestinal Remodeling in Type 2 Diabetic GK Rats —Is It Related to Advanced Glycation End Product Formation?
  59. Tu2087 Contraction Analysis of Jejunal Segment in Relation to Flow and Ramp Distension in Type 2 Diabetic GK Rats — Responses to Carbachol Stimulation
  60. Morpho-mechanical intestinal remodeling in type 2 diabetic GK rats—Is it related to advanced glycation end product formation?
  61. Surface Deformation Analysis of End-to-End Stapled Intestinal Anastomosis
  62. Evidence for stress-dependent mechanoreceptors linking intestinal biomechanics and sensory signal transduction
  63. Modality specific alterations of esophageal sensitivity caused by longstanding diabetes mellitus
  64. A novel 3D shape context method based strain analysis on a rat stomach model
  65. Interdependency of stress relaxation and afferent nerve discharge in rat small intestine
  66. Su1186 Mechano-Sensory Properties of Diabetic Intestine in Goto-Kakizaki Rats
  67. Sa1940 Effect of Acute Ischemia on the Biomechanical Properties of Rat Small Intestine
  68. 77 Using Distensibility Technique to Establish the Effect of Straining on Anorectal Function in Males and Females Healthy Subjects
  69. Mo1863 Modality Specific Alterations of Esophageal Sensitivity Caused by Longstanding Diabetes Mellitus
  70. Tu2026 A New Distensibility Method Using Endoflip to Determine Compliance in the Ano-Rectal Region in Healthy Controls
  71. Upregulation of SDF-1 is Associated with Atherosclerosis Lesions Induced by LDL Concentration Polarization
  72. Distribution of advanced glycation end products and their receptor in the gastrointestinal tract
  73. Up-Regulated Expression of Advanced Glycation End-Products and Their Receptor in the Small Intestine and Colon of Diabetic Rats
  74. Distension of the renal pelvis in kidney stone patients: sensory and biomechanical responses
  75. Distensibility testing of the esophagus
  76. Mechanism-based evaluation and treatment of esophageal disorders
  77. Stress and strain analysis of contractions during ramp distension in partially obstructed guinea pig jejunal segments
  78. Mechanical Characteristics of Distension-Evoked Peristaltic Contractions in the Esophagus of Systemic Sclerosis Patients
  79. Migrating Motor Complex in Colectomized Ileo Stoma Patients
  80. Phasic and Tonic Smooth Muscle Function of the Partially Obstructed Guinea Pig Intestine
  81. Model for Electrical Field Distribution in the Human Esophagus during Stimulation with Patch and Ring Electrodes
  82. In Vivo Biomechanical Assessment of Anterior Rabbit Urethra After Repair of Surgically Created Hypospadias
  83. 3d Mechanical properties of the partially obstructed guinea pig small intestine
  84. Biomechanical remodelling of obstructed guinea pig jejunum
  85. Reversible Stress Softening in Rat Oesophagus in Vitro after KCl Activation
  86. Esophagogastric Junction Distensibility After Fundoplication Assessed with a Novel Functional Luminal Imaging Probe
  87. Biomechanical behaviour of oesophageal tissues: Material and structural configuration, experimental data and constitutive analysis
  88. Tissue softening of guinea pig oesophagus tested by the tri-axial test machine
  89. Biomechanical changes in oxazolone-induced colitis in BALB/C mice
  90. W1858 Impaired Esophageal Smooth Muscle Contractility and Elasticity in Patients with Systemic Sclerosis
  91. Weight Loss After Gastric Banding is Associated with Pouch Pressure and not Pouch Emptying Rate
  92. Intestinal remodelling in mink fed with reduced protein content
  93. Mechanosensation and Mucosal Blood Perfusion in the Esophagus of Healthy Volunteers Studied with a Multimodal Device Incorporating Laser Doppler Flowmetry and Endosonography
  94. Galanin: Distribution and Effect on Contractile Activity and Release of Vasoactive Intestinal Polypeptide from the Isolated Perfused Porcine Ileum
  95. Stomach stress and strain depend on location, direction and the layered structure
  96. Biomechanical and Histomorphometric Colon Remodelling in STZ-Induced Diabetic Rats
  97. Experimental Gastrointestinal Motility: Where to Go
  98. Functional luminal imaging probe geometric and histomorphologic analysis of abdominal wall wound induced by different trocars in pigs
  99. Analysis of Abdominal Wounds Made by Surgical Trocars Using Functional Luminal Imaging Probe (FLIP) Technology
  100. Effect of smooth muscle tone on morphometry and residual strain in rat duodenum, jejunum and ileum
  101. Unexplained chest/epigastric pain in patients with normal endoscopy as a predictor for ischemic heart disease and mortality: A Danish 10-year cohort study
  102. Deterioration of Muscle Function in the Human Esophagus with Age
  103. Phasic and Tonic Stress–Strain Data Obtained in Intact Intestinal Segment In Vitro
  104. T1326 ROME III Subgroups of Functional Dyspepsia Exhibit Different Characteristics of Antral Strain Measured By Strain Rate Imaging
  105. M1935 Stepwise Circumferential and Focal Radiofrequency Ablation of Barrett's Esophagus Preserves Esophageal Diameter, Compliance and Motility
  106. T1972 Mechanics of the Esophagogastric Junction in Postfundoplication Patients As Assessed By Functional Luminal Imaging Probe
  107. T1368 The Effect of Intestinal Smooth Muscle Tone On Morphometry and Residual Strain in Rat Duodenum, Jejunum and Ileum: A New Method to Evaluate SM Tone in Intestine
  108. W1817 The Preterm Piglet - a Potential Model for the Preterm Infant in the Study of Esophageal Maturation
  109. Numerical Analysis of Pouch Filling and Emptying After Laparoscopic Gastric Banding Surgery
  110. The villi contribute to the mechanics in the guinea pig small intestine
  111. Determination of Homeostatic Elastic Moduli in Two Layers of the Esophagus
  112. Central neuronal mechanisms of gastric electrical stimulation in diabetic gastroparesis
  113. Gut sensations in diabetic autonomic neuropathy
  114. Spontaneous and Bolus-induced Motility in the Chronically Obstructed Guinea-Pig Small Intestine In vitro
  115. Risk of Gastrointestinal Cancer in Patients with Unexplained Chest/Epigastric Pain and Normal Upper Endoscopy: A Danish 10-Year Follow-up Study
  116. Biomechanical Remodeling of the Chronically Obstructed Guinea Pig Small Intestine
  117. Opening angle and residual strain in a three-layered model of pig oesophagus
  118. Biomechanical and histomorphometric esophageal remodeling in type 2 diabetic GK rats
  119. Sensory and biomechanical properties of the esophagus in non-erosive reflux disease
  120. A mechanical perspective on intestinal tone and gas motion
  121. Viscoelastic properties of isolated rat colon smooth muscle cells
  122. Ultrasound-Determined Geometric and Biomechanical Properties of the Human Duodenum
  123. Balloon-Distension Studies in the Gastrointestinal Tract: Current Role
  124. The geometric configuration and morphometry of the rabbit oesophagus during luminal pressure loading
  125. The Giome project
  126. Pain and mechanical properties of the rectum in patients with active ulcerative colitis
  127. New perspectives of studying gastrointestinal muscle function
  128. Three-dimensional geometry analysis of the stomach in type II diabetic GK rats
  129. Biomechanical properties of the layered oesophagus and its remodelling in experimental type-1 diabetes
  130. The GIOME project
  131. An experimental study of viscero-visceral hyperalgesia using an ultrasound-based multimodal sensory testing approach
  132. Mechanically restricted regional blood flow might explain gastrointestinal pain
  133. The Effect of Digestion of Collagen and Elastin on Histomorphometry and the Zero-Stress State in Rat Esophagus
  135. Tension receptors: Theoretical construct or fact?
  136. Small intestinal morphometric and biomechanical changes during physiological growth in rats
  140. Electrical Stimulation to Induce Propulsive Contractions in the Porcine Descending Colon
  141. Regional surface geometry of the rat stomach based on three-dimensional curvature analysis
  142. Measurement of Coronary Lumen Area Using an Impedance Catheter: Finite Element Model and in Vitro Validation
  143. Two-layered quasi-3D finite element model of the oesophagus
  144. Shear Modulus of Elasticity of the Esophagus
  145. Quantitative analysis of collagen fiber angle in the submucosa of small intestine
  146. Physiological growth is associated with esophageal morphometric and biomechanical changes in rats
  147. Cold and heat pain assessment of the human oesophagus after experimental sensitisation with acid
  148. Function and dyspepsia: a start of a new friendship
  149. Viscoelastic Behavior of Small Intestine in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rats
  150. Stress distribution in the layered wall of the rat oesophagus
  151. Morphometric and biomechanical remodelling following reopening of the obstructed bile duct
  152. Gut pain and hyperalgesia induced by capsaicin: a human experimental model
  153. Biomechanical Properties of Esophagus during Systemic Treatment with Epidermal Growth Factor in Rats
  154. Pain and biomechanical responses to distention of the duodenum in patients with systemic sclerosis
  155. Abnormal perception of visceral symptoms in response to antral isovolumetric balloon distension in functional dyspepsia
  156. Biomechanics of the Gastrointestinal Tract
  157. The Concept of Biomechanics
  158. Biomechanical Methods and Analysis
  159. Perspectives
  160. Basic Mechanical Theory
  161. Gastrointestinal Smooth Muscle Mechanical Behaviour and Neural Circuits
  162. Growth and Remodelling in the Gastrointestinal Tract
  163. Geometry, Structure and Motor Function of the Gastrointestinal Tract
  164. Mechanical Properties in Normal Gastrointestinal Tissue
  165. The Zero-stress State of the Gastrointestinal Tract. The Concept of Residual Stress and Strain
  166. Morphology and Stress-Strain Properties Along the Small Intestine in the Rat
  167. Remodelling of the left anterior descending artery in a porcine model of supravalvular aortic stenosis
  168. Sensory and biomechanical responses to ramp-controlled distension of the human duodenum
  169. Dynamic model of the role of platelets in the blood coagulation system
  170. Controlled dilatation of the uterine cervix – an experimental visceral pain model
  171. Multimodal assessment of pain in the esophagus: a new experimental model
  172. Sensory and Biomechanical Responses to Distension of the Normal Human Rectum and Sigmoid Colon
  173. Effect of re-feeding after starvation on biomechanical properties in rat small intestine
  174. Biomechanical and sensory properties of the rectum in fecal incontinence
  175. Biomechanical Properties of Porcine Cerebral Bridging Veins with Reference to the Zero-Stress State
  176. Biomechanical and morphological properties in rat large intestine
  177. Biomechanical and morphological properties in rat large intestine
  178. Development of a tensostat for gastric perception studies
  179. Luminal cross-sectional area and tension-strain relation of the porcine bile duct
  180. Biomechanics of the gastrointestinal tract
  181. Impedance planimetric characterization of the distal oesophagus in the goettingen minipig
  182. In VivoAssessment of Luminal Cross-Sectional Areas and Circumferential Tension-Strain Relations of the Porcine Aorta
  183. Mechanics of porcine coronary arteriesex vivo employing impedance planimetry: A new intravascular technique
  184. Biomechanical characteristics of the human esophagus
  185. Biomechanical wall properties and collagen content in the partially obstructed opossum esophagus
  186. An α1-adrenoceptor-sensitive mechanism is responsible for the adrenergic inhibition of insulin secretion in the pig pancreas
  187. Involvement of thin afferents in carpal tunnel syndrome: Evaluated quantitatively by argon laser stimulation
  188. Impediments to impedance
  189. Impedance Planimetry: Application for Studies of Rectal Function