[Collection of digesta flowing into the large intestine after post-ileocolic valve fistulation: preliminary results].


The various techniques of ileocaecal reentrant fistulation now used to collect digesta flowing from the small into the large intestine, do not provide an accurate estimate of digestion in the small intestine. Their main disadvantages are: an erroneous description of the kinetics of food passage (collection proximal to the valve or bypass of the ileocaecal… (More)


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