Störungen der Kolonmotilität

  • U. Scheurer
Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)


Die Aufgabe des Dickdarms ist es, den aus dem Dünndarm anfallenden Chymus aufzunehmen, ihn durch Wasser- und Elektrolytentzug inzudicken und zu neutralisieren, die nicht absorbierbaren Chymusbestandteile vom Zökum bis ins Rektum zu transportieren, die akterienflora im Darmlumen zu regulieren und Voraussetzungen für ein kontrolliertes Absetzen des Stuhls zu schaffen.


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