Ischemic Gastritis in a Patient with Chronic Constipation

Solmaz Ehteshami-Afshar ◽  
Christopher Sankey ◽  
Emily Pinto Taylor
2000 ◽  
Vol 10 (6) ◽  
pp. 382-386 ◽  
İ. Kırıştıoğlu ◽  
T. Akbunar ◽  
N. Kılıç ◽  
İ. Özel ◽  
E. Alper ◽  

2019 ◽  
Vol 1 (6) ◽  
pp. 53-55
M. S. Turchina ◽  
M. V. Bukreeva ◽  
L. Yu. Korolyova ◽  
Zh. E. Annenkova ◽  
L. G. Polyakov

Currently, the problem of early rehabilitation of stroke patients is important, since in terms of the prevalence of cerebrovascular diseases and disability after suffering a stroke, Russia is one of the first places in the world. The complex of medical rehabilitation of such patients should provide for the early and most complete restoration of all body functions, patient education for lost skills, re-socialization of the patient and improvement of the quality of life. One of the factors contributing to a significant reduction in the quality of life after a stroke is the development of chronic constipation. The article reflects the modern methods of correction of chronic constipation in patients with limited mobility.

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