Effect of injury on S1 dorsal root ganglia in an experimental model of neuropathic faecal incontinence.
AffiliationSchool of Medicine and Medical Science, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin, Ireland.
MeSHActivating Transcription Factor 3
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CitationEffect of injury on S1 dorsal root ganglia in an experimental model of neuropathic faecal incontinence. 2011, 98 (8):1155-9 Br J Surg
PublisherThe British journal of surgery
JournalThe British journal of surgery
AbstractAn experimental model of neuropathic faecal incontinence has recently been established. This study aimed to quantify and compare the effect of crush and compression injury on first-order sensory neurones of the inferior rectal nerve (IRN) using a nuclear marker of axonal injury, activating transcription factor (ATF) 3.
SponsorsRCSI and UCD researach grant incorporating the Gussie Mehigan Sc
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