Dünndarmfunktion — Resorption — Digestion — Sekretion

  • E. O. Riecken
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Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Dünndarmfunktionstests prüfen Partialfunktionen des Organs. Hierzu gehören in erster Linie die absorptiven und digestiv-absorptiven Funktionen, darüber hinaus sind es Sekretion und intraluminale Leistungen. Diese Funktionen können isoliert oder „global“ gestört sein; dabei kann die Funktionsstörung mehr proximal oder überwiegend distal lokalisiert sein und auch den gesamten Dünndarm betreffen.

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