However, no data are available that show an increased mechanical stress of the posterior uterine wall due to chronic uterine peristalsis and hyperperistalsis
and a relationship of the site of predilection of adenomyosis with ante- or retroflection of the uterus [29, 30].
In initial phase of this condition we can see hyperperistalsis of bowel loops, small amount of free peritoneal fluid between dilated bowel loops.
Sonography in acute enteritis shows thickened inflamed bowel wall, usually with preserved stratification and with intramural hypervascularisation (in colour doppler) and hyperperistalsis. In some cases, especially caused by Yersinia enterocolitica, Campylobacter jejuni and Salmonella enteritidis  significantly thickened terminal ileum and caecum in right lower quadrant along with mesenterial lymphadenitis can mimic Crohn's disease or acute appendicitis (Figures 7(e) and 7(f)).
Summary of the various toxic syndromes Syndrome Examples Clinical clues Alpha adrenergic Phenylpropanolamine, Hypertension with phenylephrine reflex bradycardia; mydriasis Beta adrenergic Salbutamol, Hypotension, theophylline, caffeine tachycardia Mixed adrenergic Amphetamines, cocaine Hypertension with sympathomimetic) tachycardia; mydriasis; sweaty skin 3ympatholytic Methyldopa, opioids, Hypotension and phenothiazines bradycardia; miosis; decreased peristalsis Nicotinic Nicotine, Unpredictable; cholinergic succinylcholine fasciculations, paralysis 'Muscarinic None Bradycardia, miosis, cholinergic' sweating, hyperperistalsis
, bronchorrhoea, wheezing, excessive salivation, etc.
was the only abnormal finding.
Abnormal expressionofoxytocinreceptorinthe JZofwomen with adenomyosis has been observed , which may explain the occurrence of hyperperistalsis
and dysperistalsis, in turn leading to dysmenorrhea and disturbance of reproductive function.
[sup] It was also documented by MRI that sperm transport was disturbed by hyperperistalsis
when at least one focus of AM could be detected, and dysperistalsis when diffuse AM.
The most widely accepted one is the disordered motility with functional hyperperistalsis
triggered by spasm or hyperacidity Mechanical factor include adhesion, long mesentry, sudden increased abdominal pressure.
Hyperthyroidism may cause a hyperperistalsis
resulting in a relative outlet dysfunction.
Relationship to change in diet, loss of positively acquired maternal immunity (early weaning away from breast milk), acute enteritis with hyperperistalsis
and mesenteric adenitis have been known to be present in infancy with idiopathic intussusception and the increased incidence in early summer months common in infant intussusception (6).
There was no hyperperistalsis
on auscultation of the abdomen.