Rapid orocecal transit time in obese children measured by hydrogen breath test.


BACKGROUND Gastrointestinal motility may correlate with an unusual nutritional status, such as obesity. The orocecal transit time (OCTT) is one parameter of GI motility. OBJECTIVE The primary objective of the present study was to compare OCTT in obese and non-obese children; secondary objectives were to assess the correlation between OCTT and body mass… (More)


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