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Нарушения нутритивного статуса и способы его коррекции у больных распространенным раком поджелудочной железы

https://doi.org/10.31146/1682-8658-ecg-195-11-66-74

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Несмотря на достигнутый прогресс в лекарственном лечении распространенного рака поджелудочной железы, результаты его лечения и исходы заболевания остаются далекими от удовлетворительных. Особенность лечения мальнутриции у таких пациентов представлена сложностью ее генеза и прогрессивно нарастающей степенью ее проявлений. В обзоре представлены механизмы развития нарушения нутритивного статуса и способы их коррекции.

Об авторах

М. А. Кирюкова
Московский клинический научно-практический центр им. А. С. Логинова
Россия

Кирюкова Мария Анатольевна, м. н. с. отделения патологии поджелудочной железы и желчных путей

111123, г. Москва, шоссе Энтузиастов, 86с6



Е. А. Дубцова
Московский клинический научно-практический центр им. А. С. Логинова
Россия

Дубцова Елена Анатольевна, д. м. н., заведующая отделением патологии поджелудочной железы и желчных путей

111123, г. Москва, шоссе Энтузиастов, 86с6



Л. В. Винокурова
Московский клинический научно-практический центр им. А. С. Логинова
Россия

Винокурова Людмила Васильевна, д. м. н., вед. науч. сотр. отделения патологии поджелудочной железы и желчных путей

111123, г. Москва, шоссе Энтузиастов, 86с6



М. В. Малых
Московский клинический научно-практический центр им. А. С. Логинова
Россия

Малых Марина Васильевна, м. н. с. отделения патологии поджелудочной железы и желчных путей

111123, г. Москва, шоссе Энтузиастов, 86с6



Д. С. Бордин
Московский клинический научно-практический центр им. А. С. Логинова; Московский государственный медико-стоматологический университет им. А. И. Евдокимова; Тверской государственный медицинский университет
Россия

Бордин Дмитрий Станиславович, д. м. н., заведующий отделом патологии поджелудочной железы, желчных путей и верхних отделов пищеварительного тракта; профессор кафедры пропедевтики внутренних болезней и гастроэнтерологии; профессор кафедры поликлинической терапии и семейной медицины факультета последипломного образования

111123, г. Москва, шоссе Энтузиастов, 86с6



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Кирюкова М.А., Дубцова Е.А., Винокурова Л.В., Малых М.В., Бордин Д.С. Нарушения нутритивного статуса и способы его коррекции у больных распространенным раком поджелудочной железы. Экспериментальная и клиническая гастроэнтерология. 2021;(11):66-74. https://doi.org/10.31146/1682-8658-ecg-195-11-66-74

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Kiryukova M.A., Dubtsova E.A., Vinokurova L.V., Malykh M.V., Bordin D.S. Nutritional status disorders and methods of their correction in patients with advanced pancreatic cancer. Experimental and Clinical Gastroenterology. 2021;(11):66-74. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.31146/1682-8658-ecg-195-11-66-74

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