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 Special Session 2 - Neurophysiology of the esophagus, from receptor to the central nervous system $10.00   
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Includes all of these presentations from this session:

# Presentation Speaker
1 Methods and characteristics of esophageal afferents in humans A.M. Drewes (Aalborg)
2 Pitfalls in characterization of mechanosensitive afferents H. Gregersen (Chongqing)
3 What do we know about sensitization of esophageal afferents from human studies? A.D. Farmer (London)
4 Can assessment of the autonomic nervous system be used to explain esophageal symptoms? C. Botha (London)
5 What can evoked brain potentials be used for in the esophagus? A.M. Drewes (Aalborg)
6 Can brain source modeling be used to understand the esophagus-brain axis? J.B. Fr?kj?r (Aalborg)
7 How can descending inhibition be measured in animal and human studies? C. Brock (Aalborg)

 






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