THE CAUSES OF THE SHORT BOWEL SYNDROME

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  • Authors: Khasanov R.R.1,2, Gumerov A.A.1,3, Vessel L.M.2
  • Affiliations:
    1. Department of pediatric surgery, Bashkir State Medical University
    2. Clinics of Pediatric Surgery, Manheim University Clinics, Heidelberg University, Germany
  • Issue: Vol 7, No 3 (2017)
  • Pages: 8-12
  • Section: ORIGINAL ARTICLES
  • URL: https://rps-journal.ru/jour/article/view/328

Abstract


The short bowel syndrome (SBS) is a severe disorder caused by a significant loss of absorption capacities of the intestine due to its resection manifested as pronounced chronic intestinal insufficiency. We aimed at the investigation of the SBS causes at different intervals. The study was conducted in collaboration with the department of pediatric surgery of the RCCH (Republican Children’s Clinical Hospital) and Mannheim clinics of pediatric surgery at Heidelberg University (Germany). The most frequent causes of SBS in children are necrotizing enterocolitis, gastroschisis, small intestine atresia, twisted bowel, etc. According to our studies, gastroschisis was the most frequently occurred cause whereas necrotizing enterocolitis occupied the 2nd position on the list. Atresia and twisted bowel held the 3rd and 4th positions. However, it should be mentioned that the share of patients with SBS following necrotizing enterocolitis has increased considerably lately.


About the authors

R. R. Khasanov

Department of pediatric surgery, Bashkir State Medical University;
Clinics of Pediatric Surgery, Manheim University Clinics, Heidelberg University, Germany

Author for correspondence.
Email: khasanovrasul@gmail.com

Russian Federation Кандидат медицинских наук, доцент кафедры детской хирургии с курсом ИПО Башкирского государственного медицинского университета, Уфа, Россия; научный сотрудник клиники детской хирургии университетской клиники Маннгейм университета Гайдельберга, Германия.

A. A. Gumerov

Department of pediatric surgery, Bashkir State Medical University;

Email: pedsurg@bk.ru

Russian Federation Доктор медицинских наук, профессор, заведующий кафедрой детской хирургии с курсом ИДПО Башкирского государственного медицинского университета, Уфа, Россия, 450015, г. Уфа, ул. Ленина, 3.

L. M. Vessel

Clinics of Pediatric Surgery, Manheim University Clinics, Heidelberg University, Germany

Email: lucas.wessel@umm.de

Germany Доктор медицинских наук, профессор, директор клиники детской хирургии университетской клиники Маннгейм университета Гайдельберга, Германия.

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