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Research into digestive dyskinesia in neurosis with general vegetative and viscero-vegetative manifestations



Research into digestive dyskinesia in neurosis with general vegetative and viscero-vegetative manifestations



Arch Mal Appareil Digest Et Nutrition 48(5): 460-470



Dyskinesias in neurosis with general vegetative and viscero-vegetative disorders are studied from the clinical, radiological and viscerographic view point. The most constant modification is seen to take place at the duodenum, under the form of duodenal stasis. In order of frequency, biliary dyskinesias come next and those of the small intestine. Digestive dyskinesias may lend color to the clinical picture of neurosis, and they often acquire a clearly defined clinical outline. The complicated treatment of neurosis (suitable diet, sedation), including small doses of insulin, brings about an improvement and cure of the cortico-vegetative neurotic phenomena and of the viscero-vegetative modifications (including those of the digestive tube). It is thought that digestive dyskinesias are the expression through the digestive tube of vegetative disorders of these forms of neurosis.

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