Factors of Mine et al Affecting the Quality of Life for a Patient with the Dumping Syndrome Following Gastrectomy


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Mine et al identified signs and symptoms associated with the early and late dumping syndromes following gastrectomy. These may impact the patient's quality of life depending on duration, severity and associated impairment. The authors are from Toranomon Hospital, National Cancer Center Hospital, University of Tokyo, Cancer Institute Hospital Tokyo, Shiga University of Medical Science and Sayama Hospital in Japan.

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