Обложка Congenital markers and Gastrointestinal Disorders
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Congenital markers and Gastrointestinal Disorders

A STUDY OF SOME CONGENITAL MARKERS IN PATIENTS WITH THE SELECT GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2010-10-11 )

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ISBN-13:

978-3-8433-6001-2

ISBN-10:
3843360014
EAN:
9783843360012
Язык Книги:
Английский
Краткое описание:
The present study is an elucidation of different genetic markers like dermatoglyphics, ABO and Rh blood groups, ABH secretion status among the patients of gastrointestinal diseases (G.I.) and controls. Significant relationship between alcohol drinking and ulcerative colitis (UC) (p<0.05) and gallstone (GS) (p<0.01) diseases is established in the study. The number of smokers is relatively high in alcoholic pancreatitis (AP) and chronic alcoholic groups (CA). A considerable connection exists between non-vegetarian diet, alcoholic cirrhosis (AC), alcoholic pancreatitis and chronic alcoholic patients. The frequent incidence of blood group A in CA, AC and GS is noticed. In case of AP and UC high prevalence of blood group B is observed. The occurrence of non-secretors is significantly high in UC, GS and celiac disease as compared with that of controls. All the G.I. diseases show preponderance of loops followed by whorls. Arches and composites are almost equally distributed. It is also established that bilateral variation for dermatoglyphic characters is composite, i.e. determined by genes and influenced by environment depending upon the characters in question
Издательский Дом:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Веб-сайт:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
Dr Bandana Sachdev
Количество страниц:
168
Опубликовано:
2010-10-11
Акции:
В наличии
Категория:
Клинические дисциплины
Цена:
68.00 €
Ключевые слова:
Congenital Markers

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