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For You Children Patient Handouts. Problems with the small intestine can include: Bleeding Celiac disease Crohn's disease Infections Intestinal cancer Intestinal obstruction Irritable bowel syndrome Ulcers, such as peptic ulcer Treatment of disorders of the small intestine depends on the cause. Start Here. Diagnosis and Tests. Treatments and Therapies.
Related Issues. The small intestine is located between the stomach and the large intestine and is composed of the duodenum, jejunum and ileum. The small intestine is the site of chemical digestion and absorption of nutrients and minerals from food.
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News and Views 18 June Research 23 April open. The histone variant, H2A. Z is known to regulate gene expression and cell proliferation. Here the authors show that H2A. Z has a central role in the control of intestinal epithelial homeostasis in mice, by preventing terminal differentiation of intestinal progenitors.
Anatomy, Structure, and Pathology of the Small Intestine (Small Bowel)
Research 16 April open. Research 28 February open. Innate lymphoid cells ILC , including natural killer NK cells, are important innate immune regulators. Research 25 February open.
Gross and Microscopic Anatomy of the Small Intestine
Research 11 January open. Research 12 December open. Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth SIBO has been linked to common gastrointestinal symptoms; yet its precise definition remains elusive. A new study shows that, when it comes to symptom prediction in functional gastrointestinal disorders, high-throughput sequencing analysis of the microbiome and not jejunal aspiration and culture is the clear winner.
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