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A comparison between secretin alone and sequential and simultaneous secretin and cholecystokinin administration in the assessment of pancreatic function
  1. Jonathan Clain,
  2. Simmy Bank,
  3. G. O. Barbezat,
  4. B. H. Novis,
  5. I. N. Marks

    Abstract

    Pancreatic volume, bicarbonate and enzyme secretion were studied after sequential and after simultaneous secretin and cholecystokinin (CCK) stimulation and the results compared. No statistical difference between sequential or simultaneous stimulation was noted. A comparison of secretin alone with simultaneous secretin plus cholecystokinin stimulation showed that the combination yielded a significantly higher trypsin concentration. Volume and bicarbonate were unchanged.

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    • 1 This work was supported by the Medical Research Council of South Africa.

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