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Author: Ilundáin Larrañeta, María Anunciación Ana
Vázquez Cueto, Carmen María
Murillo Taravillo, María Luisa
Bolufer González, José
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Fisiología
Date: 1985-09
Published in: Revista Española de Fisiología, 41 (3), 359-362.
Document type: Article
Abstract: It is well known that surgical resection of the small bowel results in adaptive changes in the residual intestine (7, 13, 14). The entero-hepatic circulation of bile saits, which is responsible for main­ taining constant bile salt pool, is also impaired by intestinal resection. Bile salts are largely reabsorbed by an active trans­ port mechanism in the ileum (3, 8), and to a lesser extent by passive diffusion in the jejunum, caecum and colon
Cite: Ilundáin Larrañeta, M.A., Vázquez Cueto, C.M., Murillo Taravillo, M.L. y Bolufer González, J. (1985). Effect of Distal Small Bowel Resection on Bile Salt Absorption in Caecum. Revista Española de Fisiología, 41 (3), 359-362.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/32874

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