An Electrogastrographic Study of Gastric Myoelectrical Activity in Acute Pancreatitis


  • Róisín English School of Medicine, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland



Author Biography

Róisín English, School of Medicine, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland

4th year Medicine


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How to Cite

English, R. (2004). An Electrogastrographic Study of Gastric Myoelectrical Activity in Acute Pancreatitis. Trinity Student Medical Journal , 5(1), Page 61–65. Retrieved from

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