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n. fundectomía, excisión del fondo del útero o de cualquier otro órgano.
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The rationale for this final result could be related to calibration and to possible metabolic effects of fundectomy [29, 35, 36].
Total GX and resection of the acid-producing part of the stomach (fundectomy) induces gastrinemia and malnutrition [13,14], thereby initiating osteopenia in rats [15-19].
Therefore, it is logical that any agent that impairs calcium absorption could result in hypocalcemia.Animal studies have demonstrated 100% mortality due to hypocalcemia in rats that are rendered hypoparathyroid and then undergo gastrectomy and fundectomy. In contrast, no mortality was observed in rats with parathyroidectomy alone.