Gastrointestinal hormones in short bowel syndrome. Peptide YY may be the 'colonic brake' to gastric emptying.

@article{Nightingale1996GastrointestinalHI,
  title={Gastrointestinal hormones in short bowel syndrome. Peptide YY may be the 'colonic brake' to gastric emptying.},
  author={J. M. Nightingale and M. Kamm and Joost R M M van der Sijp and Mohammad A. Ghatei and Steven R. Bloom and J E Lennard-jones},
  journal={Gut},
  year={1996},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={267-72}
}
BACKGROUND Short bowel patients with a jejunostomy have large volume stomal outputs, which may in part be due to rapid gastric emptying of liquid. Short bowel patients with a preserved colon do not have such a high stool output and gastric emptying of liquid is normal. AIMS To determine if differences in the gastric emptying rate between short bowel patients with and without a colon can be related to gastrointestinal hormone changes after a meal. SUBJECTS Seven short bowel patients with no… CONTINUE READING

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In both patient groups fasting and postprandial gastrin and cholecystokinin values were high while neurotensin values were low .
In both patient groups fasting and postprandial gastrin and cholecystokinin values were high while neurotensin values were low .
Gastrointestinal hormones in short bowel syndrome .
Gastrointestinal hormones in short bowel syndrome .
IntestinesTarget anatomy has procedureCreation of jejunostomy
Short bowel patients with a jejunostomy have large volume stomal outputs , which may in part be due to rapid gastric emptying of liquid .
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