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10. Cutting sensory nerves from the stomach, or removing it entirely, causes
Cutting sensory nerves from the stomach, or removing it entirely, causes
- a total loss of appetite.
- eating based on recognized need, not internal feelings of hunger.
- some changes in eating, but hunger still occurs.
- the need for patients to be "trained" to eat; otherwise, they would inadvertently starve to death.