Effect of exogenous pancreatic enzymes on gastrointestinal and pancreatic hormone release and gastrointestinal motility.

Abstract

In clinical practice, exogenous pancreatic enzymes are administered for the treatment of pancreatogenic steatorrhea or with the intention to relieve pain due to chronic pancreatitis. Moreover, a large number of patients take pancreatin (i.e., exogenous pancreatic enzymes) for functional dyspepsia. The effect of exogenous pancreatic enzymes on the… (More)

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@article{Malfertheiner1993EffectOE, title={Effect of exogenous pancreatic enzymes on gastrointestinal and pancreatic hormone release and gastrointestinal motility.}, author={Pete Malfertheiner and Jos{\'e} Enrique Dom{\'i}nguez-Mu{\~n}oz}, journal={Digestion}, year={1993}, volume={54 Suppl 2}, pages={15-20} }