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Title: Intoleransi Laktosa
Authors: Atan Baas Sinuhaji
Issue Date: 13-Jul-2009
Abstract: Laktosa merupakan karbohidrat utama pada ASI dan memberikan hampir setengah dari kalori yang terdapat di ASI. Defisiensi laktase menyebabkan laktosa tidak dapat diserap (malabsorpsi laktosa). Defisiensi laktase bisa primer atau sekunder (mis. kerusakan mukosa usus). Laktosa yang tidak diserap menyebabkan timbulnya berbagai gejala klinik (intoleransi laktosa). Defisiensi laktase sekunder paling sering di jumpai pada masa bayi. Hal ini penting diingat oleh dokter anak, bila ada diare dengan intoleransi laktosa kemungkinan adanya alergi protein susu sapi dan intoleransi lemak harus dipertimbangkan
Abstract (other language): Lactose, the primary carbohydrate in human milk, is contributed account for roughly half of the total calories in human milk. Lactose can not be absorbed (malabsorption) if there are lactase deficiency of the primary or secondary (i.e those associated with mucosal damage). In the setting of failure to either digest or absorp lactose, a distinct clinical symptoms is observed (intolerance). Secondary lactase deficiency is by far the most common entity in infancy. It is important for pediatricians, who treat large number of infant with gastroenteritis who have symptoms lactose intolerance, to realize the possibility of cow’s milk protein sensitive enteropathy and fat intolerance.
Keywords: defisiensi laktase
malabsorpsi laktosa
intoleransi laktosa
alergi protein susu sapi; lactase deficiency
lactose malabsorption
lactose intolerance
cow’s milk protein sensitive enteropathy
URI: http://repository.usu.ac.id/handle/123456789/15641
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