Emotion and personality in the etiology of steatorrhea

  • J. W. Paulley
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Conclusion

In conclusion, dysfunction of vascularity, secretion, and motility of the gut, leading in the long run to disease, is unlikely to be altogether limited to one segment. Psychosomatic research provides a unifying stimulus and suggests a need for the alimentary tract to be regarded as a whole rather than segmentally.

Keywords

Public Health Alimentary Tract Steatorrhea Psychosomatic Research Unify Stimulus 

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