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СИНДРОМ РАЗДРАЖЕННОГО КИШЕЧНИКА И МИКРОБИОТА: ПУТИ ОПТИМИЗАЦИИ ТЕРАПИИ

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5
Год издания: 
2015

М.А. Осадчук (1), доктор медицинских наук, профессор, М.М. Осадчук (2), кандидат медицинских наук 1 -Первый МГМУ им. И.М. Сеченова 2 -Городская поликлиника № 52 Департамента здравоохранения Москвы E-mail: osadchuk.mikhail@yandex.ru

Представлен аналитический обзор, посвященный роли микрофлоры кишечника в формировании синдрома раздраженного кишечника (СРК). Не вызывает сомнения то, что микрофлора кишечника может инициировать симптомы СРК, изменяя нейромоторные сенсорные, барьерные функции кишечника и их взаимодействие по оси мозг– кишечник.

Ключевые слова: 
синдром раздраженного кишечника
микробиота
пробиотические препараты
Линекс®

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Осадчук М.А., Осадчук М.М. СИНДРОМ РАЗДРАЖЕННОГО КИШЕЧНИКА И МИКРОБИОТА: ПУТИ ОПТИМИЗАЦИИ ТЕРАПИИ . Врач, 2015; (5): 47-51


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