Short-gut syndrome: a new surgical technique and ultrastructural study of the liver and pancreas.

Abstract

Massive (85%) resection of the small bowel was performed in 24 dogs to study a new surgical technique. In 12 dogs, two valves were created in the remaining small bowel at the same time, one proximal and the other distal to the anastomosis; the other 12 dogs constituted the control group. Biochemical tests, clinical evolution, and the weight curves show… (More)

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@article{Diego1982ShortgutSA, title={Short-gut syndrome: a new surgical technique and ultrastructural study of the liver and pancreas.}, author={Manuel Diego and Eladio de Miguel and C M Lucea and Gustavo Salgado and J. L. Martinez and Heidi Garrido}, journal={Archives of surgery}, year={1982}, volume={117 6}, pages={789-95} }