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[Short bowel syndrome].
Tijdschr Kindergeneeskd. 1987 Aug; 55(4):150-4.TK

Abstract

The short bowel syndrome is a clinical picture, consisting of malabsorption and failure to thrive, in consequence of a resection of more than 50% of the small bowel, with or without resection of a part of the colon. The etiology, pathophysiology, treatment and natural history are discussed, as well as complications and ultimate prognosis. A review of the literature and own retrospective investigation prove, that after an extensive small bowel resection in the neonatal period, normal stools, growth and development can occur in 1-3 years. In the first, postoperative period however, these patients suffer from considerable malabsorption, deficiencies of vitamins and trace elements, as well as complications of total parenteral nutrition and recurrent infections.

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Kinderchirurgische Intensive Care, Sophia Kinderziekenhuis, Rotterdam.No affiliation info available

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English Abstract
Journal Article

Language

dut

PubMed ID

3672487

Citation

Tibboel, D, and M J. Affourtit. "[Short Bowel Syndrome]." Tijdschrift Voor Kindergeneeskunde, vol. 55, no. 4, 1987, pp. 150-4.
Tibboel D, Affourtit MJ. [Short bowel syndrome]. Tijdschr Kindergeneeskd. 1987;55(4):150-4.
Tibboel, D., & Affourtit, M. J. (1987). [Short bowel syndrome]. Tijdschrift Voor Kindergeneeskunde, 55(4), 150-4.
Tibboel D, Affourtit MJ. [Short Bowel Syndrome]. Tijdschr Kindergeneeskd. 1987;55(4):150-4. PubMed PMID: 3672487.
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