Short Gut Syndrome Patient, Family & Professional Support Groups

Non-Transplant Surgical Treatment of Short Gut Syndrome

Summary of surgical options Article

Surgical Treatment of Short Bowel Syndrome - The Past, the Present and the Future, a Descriptive Review of the Literature | NIH National Library of Medicine Medical Journal Article

Comparison of LILT and STEP procedures in children with short bowel syndrome -- a systematic review of the literature | NIH National Library of Medicine medical journal article

Lengthening and Tailoring the Bowel: Surgical Approaches in the Treatment of Paediatric Short Bowel SyndromeMedical Journal Article

When to choose surgery

Indications for Bowel Lengthening/Tapering Procedure: Oley Conference Presentation slides

When is Surgery the Right Thing to Do for Patients?: Oley Conference Presentation video

Autologous Intestinal Reconstruction Surgery in Short Bowel Syndrome: Which, When, and Why | Frontiers in Nutrition medical journal article

Intestinal Tapering (Tapering enteroplasty)

Intestinal Tapering Surgery Decreases Bloodstream Infections and Improves Markers of Liver Function, Mucosal Inflammation, and Cholesterol Metabolism in Pediatric Short Bowel Syndrome medical journal article

STEP procedure (Serial Transverse Enteroplasty)

About STEP | Boston Children's Hospital

International STEP Data Registry | Boston Children's Hospital Data collection and links to publications from the hospital that pioneered the procedure

Serial Transverse Enteroplasty Procedure in the New Era of Gut Rehabilitation | Transplantation medical journal article

Bianchi or LILT procedure (Longitudinal Intestinal Lengthening and Tailoring)

Ostomy in continuity

Ostomy in continuity: A novel approach for the management of children with complex short bowel syndrome | NIH National Library of Medicine medical journal article

3S method(Saeki-Spiral-Shark)

A new surgical technique for short bowel syndrome medical journal articles

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