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Villi are the tiny, finger-
This is the length of time a stoma product can be worn before failure. Failure is usually the result of barrier erosion or separation from the skin surface. Wear time varies widely, and therefore the goal of selecting an appropriate ostomy product is to provide a predictable and consistent wear time.
Some ostomates suffer from wind problems. If wind is persistent, it may be due to eating in a hurry, irregular meal times or going without food for long periods of time.
Some foods may also cause this problem -
See Ileoanal Reservoir.
gastrin. Usually, a small tumour (gastrinoma) in the pancreas or small intestine produces the high
levels of gastrin in the blood.
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