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Gastrointestinal dysfunction and nutrition 

Gastrointestinal dysfunction and nutrition
Gastrointestinal dysfunction and nutrition

Sheila K. Adam

and Sue Osborne

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date: 02 July 2022

Overview of physiology I 352

Overview of physiology II 354

Liver function 356

Immune function and the gastrointestinal tract 358

Gastrointestinal dysfunction: diarrhoea 360

Gastrointestinal dysfunction: constipation 362

Gastrointestinal dysfunction: gastric hypomotility and vomiting 364

Acute gastrointestinal haemorrhage 366

Acute liver failure 368

Pancreatitis I ...

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