Sanguinetti J1,2*, Barreiro C1, Voliovici E1, Bentancor M1, Montano D1, Anaulina Silveira3, Sonia Boudrandi4 and Enrique Barrios1
1Physician, Clinical Surgery, Hospital Pasteur, South America
2Cantegril Sanatorium of Punta del Este , Uruguay
3Biostatistical BS, Hospital Pasteur, South America
4Physician, Quantitative Methods Department, Hospital Pasteur, South America
*Corresponding Author: Sanguinetti J, Physician, Clinical Surgery, Hospital Pasteur, South America and Cantegril Sanatorium of Punta del Este , Uruguay
Received: July 31, 2020; Published: September 12, 2020
The causes of bowel resections are very frequent. This can result in the onset of short bowel syndrome (SBS), clinical picture characterized by serious malabsorption. Diarrhea, malnutrition, weight loss, dehydration and electrolyte deficit require in some patients nutritional support for life [1-3].
Citation: Sanguinetti J., et al. “Is there Any Relation between the Age of Patients and the Length of the Small Bowel? How Long is your Patient's Bowel?". Acta Scientific Gastrointestinal Disorders 3.10 (2020): 03-06.
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