Research Article| Volume 52, ISSUE 2, P363-365, August 1962

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An improved cannula for experimental gastric pouches

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      A cannula for use in experimental animals with chronic gastric pouches is described. It largely obviates the problem of cannula erosion by incorporating in its design a relatively large weight-bearing surface which is outside the pouch proper.
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        • DeVito R.V.
        • Harkins H.N.
        Techniques in Heidenhain pouch experiments.
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