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Short Bowel Syndrome Foundation: About Short Bowel Syndrome
National Institute of Health (NIH) article on Short Bowel Syndrome
International Foundation for Gastrointestinal Disorders (IFFGD): Short Bowel Syndrome
GI Kids: Short Bowel Syndrome / Intestinal Failure
Healthline: Short Bowel Syndrome
Medscape: Short-Bowel Syndrome
Transplant Unwrapped: Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) and Other GI Disorders
Transplant Unwrapped: Pediatric Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) and Other GI Disorders
Boston Children's Hospital: Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS)
Cleveland Clinic: Short Bowel Syndrome (Short Gut) in Children
Living with Short Bowel Syndrome: Boston Children's Hospital
Living and Thriving with Adult Short Bowel Syndrome: Nutrishare
GI Society: Canadian Society of Intestinal Research
National Organization of Rare Diseases (NORD): video on Short Bowel Syndrome
A beautiful struggle: Parent-perceived impact of short bowel syndrome on child and family wellbeing Marie L. Neumann, Jessica Y. Allen, Swapna Kakani, Amy Ladner, Meghan Hall Rauen, Meaghann S. Weaver, David F. Mercer. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, Volume 57, Issue 9, 2022.
AGA Clinical Practice Update on Management of Short Bowel Syndrome: Expert Review. Iyer, Kishore; DiBaise, John K.; Rubio-Tapia, Alberto. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology. June 2022
Pathophysiology of short bowel syndrome. DiBaise, John K. MD. UpToDate
Short Bowel Syndrome. Feldman, Mark MD, 2021
Short Bowel Syndrome in Adults. Bering, Jamie MD; DiBaise, John K. MD, FACG1. The American Journal of Gastroenterology, June 2022.
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