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(Cholelithiasis)
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  • [Gastrointestinal comorbidity and symptoms associated with depression in patients aged over 60 years]. [Journal Article]
  • SSemergen 2019 May 16
  • Aguado A, García Del Álamo M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Gastrointestinal comorbidity is very common in patients over 60 years-old with depression. Three-quarters of the patients have chronic gastrointestinal diseases or symptoms. The conditions with strongest associations are irritable bowel syndrome, congenital anomalies, other peptic ulcers, and diverticular disease. The symptoms with strongest associations are anorexia, nausea/vomiting, constipation, flatulence, dysphagia, abdominal pain, dyspepsia, and heartburn.
  • Familial intrahepatic cholestasis: New and wide perspectives. [Review]
  • DLDig Liver Dis 2019 May 16
  • Vitale G, Gitto S, … Andreone P
  • CONCLUSIONS: There is a high proportion of unexplained cholestasis potentially caused by specific genetic pathophysiologic pathways. The use of next generation sequencing and whole-exome sequencing could improve the diagnostic process in this setting.
  • Comparative analysis of bile acid spectrum in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and cholelithiasis. [Journal Article]
  • TATer Arkh 2019 Mar 18; 91(2):48-51
  • Vakhrushev YM, Lukashevich АР, … Suchkova EV
  • CONCLUSIONS: Unidirectional changes in the spectrum of bile acids in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and cholelithiasis give reason to believe that the trigger mechanism in the disturbance of bile acids metabolism is the liver. Reduction of primary bile acids, imbalance of phospholipids and cholesterol disrupt the stabilization of bile, resulting in unfavorable conditions in the bile ducts to form stones.
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