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Yes,it is normal.正常
1.because the intestine is shortened.
2. If the operation involve removak of ileocecal valve:
The ileocecal valve is situated at the junction of the small intestine (ileum) and the large intestine. It regulates the flow of chyme into the bowels.
It was discovered by the Dutch physician Nicolaes Tulp (1593-1674), and thus it is sometimes known as Tulp's valve.
The histology of the ileocecal valve shows an abrupt change in the villous pattern which is found in small intestinal mucosa, to the glandular pattern found in colonic mucosa. At the ileocecal valve, there is also thickening of the muscularis mucosa, which is the smooth muscle tissue found beneath the mucosal layer of the digestive tract. There is also a variable amount of lymphatic tissue found at the valve.