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Physiologische Auswirkungen der „Pouchchirurgie“

  • K. A. Kelly
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Zusammenfassung

Als Organersatz wird ein kleiner Dünndarm-Pouch sowohl an beiden Enden des Gastrointestinaltraktes als auch am Ende des Harntraktes verwendet. Dabei ersetzt ein Jejunum-Pouch den entfernten Magen, ein Ileum-Pouch das entfernte Rektum oder die Harnblase. Weitere Funktionen sind die Absorption von Wasser, Elektrolyten und elementaren Nahrungsbestandteilen sowie der Transport der Residuen in distale Richtung.

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