Dünndarm A pp 434-463 | Cite as

Wasser- und Elektrolyttransport

  • G. J. Krejs
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 3 / 3 / A)


Voraussetzung für das Verständnis der Pathophysiologie der Durchfallserkrankungen ist die Kenntnis der Mechanismen von Absorption und Sekretion von Wasser und Elektrolyten im Dünndarm. Die folgenden Abschnitte beschreiben die Physiologie des intestinalen Transports. Ergebnisse von Tierexperimenten wurden herangezogen, wenn keine Beobachtungen am Menschen vorlagen.


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