Pancolonic motor response to subsensory and suprasensory sacral nerve stimulation in patients with slow-transit constipation
British Journal of Surgery, 05/16/2012Dinning PG et al.
In patients with slow–transit constipation, suprasensory sacral nerve stimulation (SNS) increased the frequency of colonic PSs, whereas subsensory SNS stimulation did not. This has implications for the design of therapeutic trials and the clinical application of the device.
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