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>Revistas >Cirujano General >Año 2013, No. S1


Guerrero GVH
Diverticulitis. Cambiando los paradigmas en el tratamiento
Cir Gen 2013; 35 (S1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 18
Paginas: 41-43
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FRAGMENTO

La diverticulitis no había sido descrita antes del advenimiento de la Revolución Industrial. Las primeras descripciones de la enfermedad corresponden con la aparición del trigo en la dieta; conforme las dietas se volvieron más “industrializadas”, aumentaron, en consecuencia, algunas enfermedades, tales como la diabetes mellitus, los síndromes metabólicos y la obesidad, etcétera. Así pues, la diverticulitis se puede incluir en este grupo de enfermedades.


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