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Smooth muscle at the outgoing intestinal tract.
Conflict of inability to intestinally move a morsel along.
HH in midbrain on left side, but belonging to brainstem.
Locally increased intestinal peristalsis, remaining intestine with slowed peristalsis (often misinterpreted as paralytic ileus).
Whole intestine increased intestinal muscle peristalsis (intestinal colic), as a sign of the healing phase.
To push a morsel locally more strongly (local hyperperistalsis while the peristalsis of the rest of the intestine is at a standstill: misinterpreted by us as paralytic ileus).