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№3' 2010

PEDIATRICS

International Medical Journal, Vol. 16., Iss. 3, 2010, P. 31−35.


EXOCRINE FUNCTION OF THE PANCREAS AND MECHANISMS OF ITS REGULATION IN CHILDREN WITH CHRONIC GASTRODUODENAL PATHOLOGY


Nikolayeva O. V., Feras J. N. Abukhalil

Kharkiv National Medical University, Kharkiv, Ukraine

One hundred and five children with chronic gastroduodenal pathology (disorders of exocrine pancreas function) were investigated. Three variants of pancreas dysfunction (hyperpancreatism 24,8 %, hypopancreatism 5,7 %, dyspancreatism 69,5 %) were established. The expediency of correction of vegetative homeostasis disorders and reduction of intragastric hyperacidity, which can promote normalizing pancreas function and prevention its organic pathology development, was substantiated.

Key words: pancreas function, chronic gastroduodenal pathology, children.


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