• Patients with granulomatous enteritis or short-gut syndrome and those having long-term intravenous chemotherapy or bone marrow transplants may require hyperalimentation at home. A technique for percutaneous insertion of a permanent hyperalimentation catheter has provided satisfactory results and has reduced patient discomfort. Operator time is reduced and complications have been few to date.
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