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Resorption und Sekretion von Wasser und Elektrolyten

  • J. Stein
  • W. F. Caspary

Zusammenfassung

Neben seiner Funktion als Barriere zur Umwelt und der Digestion und Resorption von Makro- und Mikronährstoffen besteht eine weitere wesentliche Aufgabe des Intestinaltrakts in der Resorption enormer Mengen von Wasser und Elektrolyten.

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