Increases in plasma motilin follow each episode of gallbladder emptying during the interdigestive period, and changes in serum bile acid concentration correlate to plasma motilin

N Qvist, E Oster-Jørgensen, S A Pedersen, L Rasmussen, C Hovendal, J J Holst

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BACKGROUND: The relationship between each single period of gallbladder emptying during the migrating motor complex (MMC) cycle and changes in concentration of plasma motilin and serum bile acids is unknown. METHODS: The variations in the concentration of plasma motilin and serum bile acids in relation to interdigestive gallbladder motility and the MMCs was studied in nine healthy male volunteers. A method combining biliary scintigraphy (99mTc-labelled dimethyl-iminodiacetic acid) and continuous pressure recording from the antroduodenal region was used. RESULTS: During 9 MMC cycles a total of 15 episodes of gallbladder emptying were observed with a median (range) duration of 25 min (15-45 min). Each episode of gallbladder emptying was followed by a steep increase in plasma motilin, reaching a median value of 30 pmol/l (13-43 pmol/l), corresponding to an increase of 18 pmol/l (4-33 pmol/l). The increase in plasma motilin started at the beginning of gallbladder emptying, but the peak value was not reached until a median of 20 min (10-45 min) later. Low plasma motilin concentrations were found between the emptying periods in cases with two or more emptying during the MMC cycle. The serum concentration of bile acids also showed a cyclic variation in relation to gallbladder motility. During periods of gallbladder emptying serum bile acid concentration had a median value of 1.78 mumol/l, as compared with a median value of 1.17 mumol/l during periods of gallbladder filling. This difference did not reach significance, however. In the pooled data from all subjects, a significant correlation (p < 0.01) between the serum concentration of bile acids and plasma concentration of motilin was found. CONCLUSION: Gallbladder emptying was followed by a steep increase in plasma motilin concentration, and in cases of two or more emptying periods during the MMC cycle the concentration decreased in between. The shape of the serum bile acid profile is dependent on the intestinal transport and absorption of bile acids, and the significance of the cyclic variation in serum concentration of bile acids in relation to plasma motilin, gallbladder motility, and MMC needs further investigation.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
BogserieScandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. Supplement
Vol/bind30
Udgave nummer2
Sider (fra-til)122-7
ISSN0036-5521
DOI
StatusUdgivet - feb. 1995

Fingeraftryk

Gallbladder Emptying
Motilin
Migrating Myoelectric Complexes
Gallbladder
Serum
Radionuclide Imaging

Emneord

  • Adult
  • Bile Acids and Salts
  • Gallbladder
  • Gallbladder Emptying
  • Humans
  • Imino Acids
  • Liver
  • Male
  • Manometry
  • Motilin
  • Myoelectric Complex, Migrating
  • Organotechnetium Compounds
  • Technetium Tc 99m Lidofenin
  • Time Factors

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Increases in plasma motilin follow each episode of gallbladder emptying during the interdigestive period, and changes in serum bile acid concentration correlate to plasma motilin. / Qvist, N; Oster-Jørgensen, E; Pedersen, S A; Rasmussen, L; Hovendal, C; Holst, J J.

I: Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology. Supplement, Bind 30, Nr. 2, 02.1995, s. 122-7.

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AU - Oster-Jørgensen, E

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AU - Hovendal, C

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N2 - BACKGROUND: The relationship between each single period of gallbladder emptying during the migrating motor complex (MMC) cycle and changes in concentration of plasma motilin and serum bile acids is unknown.METHODS: The variations in the concentration of plasma motilin and serum bile acids in relation to interdigestive gallbladder motility and the MMCs was studied in nine healthy male volunteers. A method combining biliary scintigraphy (99mTc-labelled dimethyl-iminodiacetic acid) and continuous pressure recording from the antroduodenal region was used.RESULTS: During 9 MMC cycles a total of 15 episodes of gallbladder emptying were observed with a median (range) duration of 25 min (15-45 min). Each episode of gallbladder emptying was followed by a steep increase in plasma motilin, reaching a median value of 30 pmol/l (13-43 pmol/l), corresponding to an increase of 18 pmol/l (4-33 pmol/l). The increase in plasma motilin started at the beginning of gallbladder emptying, but the peak value was not reached until a median of 20 min (10-45 min) later. Low plasma motilin concentrations were found between the emptying periods in cases with two or more emptying during the MMC cycle. The serum concentration of bile acids also showed a cyclic variation in relation to gallbladder motility. During periods of gallbladder emptying serum bile acid concentration had a median value of 1.78 mumol/l, as compared with a median value of 1.17 mumol/l during periods of gallbladder filling. This difference did not reach significance, however. In the pooled data from all subjects, a significant correlation (p < 0.01) between the serum concentration of bile acids and plasma concentration of motilin was found.CONCLUSION: Gallbladder emptying was followed by a steep increase in plasma motilin concentration, and in cases of two or more emptying periods during the MMC cycle the concentration decreased in between. The shape of the serum bile acid profile is dependent on the intestinal transport and absorption of bile acids, and the significance of the cyclic variation in serum concentration of bile acids in relation to plasma motilin, gallbladder motility, and MMC needs further investigation.

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