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Microbiological role of malabsorption: a new medical hypothesis


Ahed J Khatib* and Marwa Yousry A. Mohamed

Malabsorption is a very important topic that impacts the health of people all over the world. The main objective of the present study is to review the literature regarding malabsorption and the role of microbes in malabsorption. Malabsorption can be attributed by several factors such as bacteria, vitamins, and disturbance of intestinal mucosa. The present study focused on microbial reasons due to their species diversity including bacteria and parasites. It seems that microbial origin has become hidden with time and not well considered in clinical practice. In some parts of the world, parasites are still existing and their role in malabsorption can not be ignored.

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