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Gastrointestinal manifestations of metabolic syndrome

DOI: https://doi.org/10.29296/25877305-2018-12-01
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12
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2018

Professor Yu. Uspensky(1, 2), MD; Yu. Fominykh(2), Candidate of Medical Sciences; Ya. Sousova(1); Z. Gulunov(1), R. Niyazov(3) 1-Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical University 2-Acad. I.P. Pavlov First Saint Petersburg State Medical University 3-Medical Sanitary Unit, Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Region

The theory of gastroenterological clusters has become one of the new concepts of the metabolic syndrome. The study of the relationship between the metabolic syndrome and some gastrointestinal diseases allows the latter to be considered as diagnostic criteria; however, it is impossible to use the information available in practical medicine, without having a clear understanding of all aspects of the formation of this correlation, which leaves the task unsolved.

Keywords: 
gastroenterology
metabolic syndrome
obesity
insulin resistance
gastroesophageal reflux disease
nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
cholelithiasis
nonalcoholic fatty pancreas disease



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