d-lactic acidosis in two patients with short bowel syndrome: Bacteriological analyses of the fecal flora

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Two cases of d-lactic acidosis associated with short bowel syndrome are described. The administration of kanamycin to the patients showed a decrease in d-lactate in blood and urine in parallel with disappearance of metabolic acidosis. Bacteriological analyses of the fecal flora showed an increase in Lactobacillus buchneri in the first patient and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00442509

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@article{Satoh1982dlacticAI, title={d-lactic acidosis in two patients with short bowel syndrome: Bacteriological analyses of the fecal flora}, author={T. Satoh and Kazuyuki Narisawa and T Konno and Tsutomu Katoh and Jiro Fujiyama and Akisumi Tomoe and Kanae Metoki and Kazumasa Hayasaka and K. Tada and Minaka Ishibashi and Noriko Yamane and Toshinari Mitsuoka and Y. Benno}, journal={European Journal of Pediatrics}, year={1982}, volume={138}, pages={324-326} }