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    • The effect of luminal content and rate of occlusion on the interpretation of colonic manometry 

      Arkwright, John W; Dickson, A; Maunder, Simon A; Blenman, Neil G; Lim, Jeelean; O'Grady, Gregory; Archer, Rosalind A; Costa, Marcello; Spencer, Nicholas John; Brookes, Simon Jonathan; Pullan, Andrew J; Dinning, Phillip (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012-12-10)
      Background Manometry is commonly used for diagnosis of esophageal and anorectal motility disorders. In the colon, manometry is a useful tool, but clinical application remains uncertain. This uncertainty is partly based ...