The dysbiosis is defined as a disturbed symbiotic relationship between microbiota and the host and can cause a pro-inflammatory imbalance impairing the healing process at anastomotic level. The aim of this study is to detect, in fecal samples collected in the preoperative time, a peculiar microbiota composition that could predict the onset of colorectal anastomotic leakage.

Role of preoperative gut microbiota on colorectal anastomotic leakage: preliminary results

Palmisano, Silvia
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Campisciano, Giuseppina;Iacuzzo, Cristiana;Bonadio, Laura;Zucca, Annalisa;Cosola, Davide;Comar, Manola;de Manzini, Nicolò
2020

Abstract

The dysbiosis is defined as a disturbed symbiotic relationship between microbiota and the host and can cause a pro-inflammatory imbalance impairing the healing process at anastomotic level. The aim of this study is to detect, in fecal samples collected in the preoperative time, a peculiar microbiota composition that could predict the onset of colorectal anastomotic leakage.
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