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RISK FACTORS FOR GASTRODUODENAL PATHOLOGY IN CHILDREN WITH PERINATAL DAMAGE TO THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM


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It is generally accepted the risk factors for the development of the gastrointestinal tract (GIT) diseases to have a hereditary predisposition, unfavorable environmental conditions, eating disorders, emotional stress, excessive body weight, and inactivity. Also in a number of studies, it was convincingly shown the perinatal central nervous system (CNS) damage to be a risk factor for the development of GIT diseases; in the history of children with perinatal CNS lesions, chronic gastrointestinal diseases develop 3-4 times more often than in children without it in the history. Perinatal CNS damage leading to the development of a number of disorders of the nervous system is revealed in the history of the majority of children with gastrointestinal diseases, while the severity of neurological manifestations is directly related to the duration and severity of gastroenterological diseases.


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