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Fruit juice malabsorption: not only fructose / JH Hoekstra; JHL Van den Aker; R Hartemink; CM Kneepkens.-- pp.1241-4.-- En: Acta Paediatrica: an International Journal of Paediatrics.-- 84 (1995)
NUTRICION   DIARREA   DIETA   INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Malabsorption of free fructose, when ingested in excess over glucose, is considered a significant factor in apple juice induced diarrhoea. Absorptionof the carbohydrates in fruit juices was investigated by means of the hydrogen breath test in 15 healthy children aged 2.2-6.4 years, consuming 15 ml kg-1 of each juice with a maximum of 375 ml. Incomplete absorption was found following the ingestion of apple juice (5/5), grape juice (10/10) and bilberry juice (8/10), although the last two contain equivalent concentrations of fructose and glucose. When the same test were repeated after yeast treatment of the juices, which leads to major reductions in fructose and glucose contents, malabsorption was found to persist. No symptoms were observed following any of the tests. Our results suggest a significant role for other carbohydrates than fructose, possibly those originating from the fruit skin, with respect to fruit juice-induced breath hydrogen excretion.

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Congenital fructose-glucose-galactose malabsorption / G Iacono; A Carroccio; F Cavataio; G Montalto; M Soresi.-- pp.95-9.-- En: Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.-- 21, 1 (1995)
ESTUDIOS DE CASOS Y CONTROLES   INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA   TEST DE TOLERANCIA A GLUCOSA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Excess fruit juice consumption as a contributing factor in non organic failure to thrive / MM Smith; F Lifshitz.-- pp.438-43.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 93, 3 (1994)
FRUTAS   NUTRICION   DIETA   NIÑO   FRUCTOSA   INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA   ANTROPOMETRIA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
Solicite el material por este código: AS-0392
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    Objective. To determinate whether excessive consumption of fruit juice is a contributing factor in nonorganic failure to thrive in early childhood. Methods. Eight patients, aged 14 to 27 months, referred for failure to thrive were evaluated by medical history, physical examination, and biochemical assessment. Growth pattern were reviewed and anthropometric mesurement including skinfold thickness and midarm circumference were obtained. Diet history included 3-day food records and 24-hour diet recalls. (Continua..)

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Fructose intolerance in children presenting with abdominal pain / RE Gomara; MS Halata; LJ Newman; HE Bostwick; SH Berezin; L Cukaj; et.al..-- pp. 303-08.-- En: Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition.-- 47, 3 (2008)
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INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA   ABSORCION INTESTINAL   DOLOR ABDOMINAL   INDICE DE SEVERIDAD DE LA ENFERMEDAD   NIÑO   ADOLESCENTE
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    OBJECTIVES: We determined the occurrence of fructose malabsorption in pediatric patients with previous diagnoses of abdominal pain caused by a functional bowel disorder, whether the restriction of fructose intake changes the reporting of symptoms, the role of fructose dosage, and the severity of resultant symptoms. PATIENTS AND METHODS: We administered a fructose breath test to children presenting with persistent unexplained abdominal pain. Patients randomly received 1, 15, or 45 g fructose, and breath hydrogen was measured for 3 hours after ingestion. Test results were positive when breath hydrogen was 20 ppm greater than baseline and was accompanied by gastrointestinal symptoms. RESULTS: A total of 32 patients was enrolled, and none of the 9 who received 1 g had positive results. Three of 10 who received 15 g and 8 of 13 who received 45 g had positive results. All patients with positive test results restricted their fructose intake. Among the group with positive results, 9 of 11 had rapid improvement of their gastrointestinal symptoms. After 2 months, all 9 patients continued to report improvement. CONCLUSIONS: We concluded that fructose malabsorption may be a significant problem in children and that management of dietary intake can be effective in reducing gastrointestinal symptoms.

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Intolerancia a los carbohidratos / MC Rangel .--Caracas : Universidad Simón Bolívar, 1990.-- 19 p.
CARBOHIDRATOS   INTOLERANCIA A LA LACTOSA   INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Intolerancia hereditaria a la fructosa / O Castillo Valenzuela
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Se consigue en: http://www.labnutricion.cl/intol_fructosa.htm
INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA   DIAGNOSTICO   TRATAMIENTO   ERRORES INNATOS DEL METABOLISMO DE LA FRUCTOSA   FISIOPATOLOGIA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
Solicite el material por este código: AS-6558
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    Las enfermedades metabólicas (EM) son trastornos producidos en la secuencia codificadora del ADN, llevando a una alteración en el metabolismo, que tiene consecuencias desadaptativas para el individuo.
    Su herencia es autosómica recesiva y la mayoría de ellas son monogénicas, afectándose un sólo gen. Se produce una alteración en la síntesis de una proteína, siendo la mayoría parte de una enzima.
    A la fecha se han descrito alrededor de 350 enfermedades en las cuales hay bloqueos de vías metabólicas, provocándose una acumulación de sustratos, disminución de un producto final de esa vía metabólica y/o la producción de metabolitos, por la apertura de vías metabólicas alternas (1) (fig.1). Es importante señalar que estos metabolitos son siempre altamente neurotóxicos y que un tratamiento nutricional revierte estas manifestaciones y previene el daño neurológico que estas ocasionan.

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Lactose and fructose malabsorption in children with recurrent abdominal pain: results of double-blinded testing / CF Gijsbers; CM Kneepkens; HA Büller.-- pp. e411-15.-- En: Acta Paediatrica.-- 101, 9 (2012)
LACTOSA   INTOLERANCIA A LA FRUCTOSA   DOLOR ABDOMINAL   INTOLERANCIA A LA LACTOSA
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    AIM: To investigate malabsorption of lactose and fructose as causes of recurrent abdominal pain (RAP). METHODS: In 220 children (128 girls, mean age 8,8 [4.1-16.0] years) with RAP, hydrogen breath tests (H(2) BT; abnormal if ΔH(2) > 30 ppm) were performed with lactose and fructose. Disappearance of RAP with elimination, recurrence with provocation and disappearance with re-elimination, followed by a 6-month pain-free follow-up, were considered indicative of a causal relation with RAP. For definite proof, a double-blinded placebo-controlled (DBPC) provocation was performed. RESULTS: Malabsorption of lactose was found in 57 of 210, of fructose in 79 of 121 patients....Continua.

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