volume 28, issue 7, P863-867 1995
DOI: 10.1016/0021-9290(95)95275-a
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C.S. Jørgensen, F.H. Dall, S.L. Jensen, H. Gregersen

Abstract: The aim was to develop a method for the quantification of the stress-strain distribution of tubular organs in vivo using the porcine duodenum as an experimental model. We placed four electrodes for impedance planimetry and a 20 MHz ultrasound transducer inside an inflatable balloon mounted on a 6 mm-diameter probe for intraluminal use. By means of the ultrasound transducer and the impedance planimetric system, we measured the wall thickness and luminal cross-sectional area of the duodenum. We calculated the lu…

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