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Electrogastrography prior to and following total gastrectomy, subtotal gastrectomy, and gastric tube formation.

著者 Homma S , Shimakage N , Yagi M , Hasegawa J , Sato K , Matsuo H , Tamiya Y , Tanaka O , Muto T , Hatakeyama K
Dig Dis Sci.1995 Apr ; 40(4):893-900.
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Department of Physiology, Surgery I, and Pediatric Surgery, Niigata University School of Medicine, Japan.

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On electrogastrography (EGG) spectral analysis, an activity of 3 cycles per minute (cpm) is supposed to be specific for the stomach. After total or subtotal gastrectomy, the original site of the stomach is occupied mainly by the intestine. We attempted to determine if intestinal activity could be recorded in this region with EGG. Epigastric recordings were performed in patients prior and following gastrointestinal or control surgeries. Spectral analysis, using the maximal entropy method and ensemble means was applied to data analysis from these recordings. Preoperatively, the majority of the power peaks were found around 3, 6, and 11 cpm. The postprandial-to-fasting power ratio of all of these power peaks increased significantly postprandially (P < 0.05-0.01). Following total gastrectomy, the power peak around 3 cpm disappeared or was significantly diminished in amplitude (P < 0.05). The postoperative-to-preoperative power ratio ranged from 0.03 to 0.10 (P < 0.001-0.01). However, the power peak around 11 cpm did not significantly change prior to or following total gastrectomy, and the 11 cpm peak appeared relatively dominant. Simultaneous manometric studies in the Roux limb demonstrated a correlation between the power spectral frequency of EGG and manometry at 11 cpm. Therefore, the 11 cpm peak appeared to reflect jejunal or Roux limb electrical activity. The postoperative to preoperative power ratio for the 3 cpm also was significantly reduced following subtotal gastrectomy and gastric tube formation in patients in the postprandial state (P < 0.05-0.001).
PMID: 7720487 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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