hypermotility


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hypermotility

[¦hī·pər‚mō′til·əd·ē]
(medicine)
Increased motility, as of the stomach or intestine.
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Pathogenesis of NSAID-induced gastric damage: Importance of cyclooxygenase inhibition and gastric hypermotility. World J Gastroenterol 2012; 18: 2147-2160, doi: 10.3748/wjg.v18.i18.2147.
(9) Whilst turmeric can exert choleretic activity (10) and gallstones had not been ruled out, the practitioner still opted for the importance of a strong anti-inflammatory effect to assist the pancreas and also rectify gastrointestinal (GIT) hypermotility. Further supportive actions of turmeric, including hepatoprotective, hypolipidaemic, antioxidative (11) and carminative actions, were also desirable.
It reduces the animal hypermotility and, consequently reduces the stress and lowers the risks of death and infections by opportunistic pathogens.
Adaptive immunity-dependent intestinal hypermotility contributes to host defense against Giardia spp.
General surgeons were called and confirmed hypermotility of the small bowel.
stimulated motility by inducing phasic contractions, activated microcircuits that initiate peristalsis, and evoked hypermotility (Hansen, 2003).
Hypermotility of the amphetamine type induced by a constituent of khat leaves.
If transit time is shorter than 12 hours, hypermotility and attended decreases in nutrient uptake should be investigated.
* Sperm gain the ability to fertilize an oocyte via the process of capacitation, which unmasks oocyte binding proteins and induces hypermotility of sperm.
These compounds are already known to have potent neuroexcitatory activity, inducing hypermotility and strong releasing action of serum luteinizing hormone in mammals (Sato et al.
Hyoscyamine also controls abdominal and visceral cramps, gastric secretions during peptic ulcer therapy, hypermotility in spastic colitis.
* Anticholinergics/antispasmodics: These agents have been used for years for peptic ulcer and functional GI disorders such as diarrhea, hypermotility, neurogenic colon, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and biliary tract spasm.