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10. Cutting sensory nerves from the stomach, or removing it entirely, causes

 

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Cutting sensory nerves from the stomach, or removing it entirely, causes

  1. a total loss of appetite.
  2. eating based on recognized need, not internal feelings of hunger.
  3. some changes in eating, but hunger still occurs.
  4. the need for patients to be "trained" to eat; otherwise, they would inadvertently starve to death.

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3. some changes in eating, but hunger still occurs.


   
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