Guidelines for the investigation of chronic diarrhoea, 2nd edition

Thomas, P.D.; Forbes, A.; Green, J.; Howdle, P.; Long, R.; Playford, R.; Sheridan, M.; Stevens, R.; Valori, R.; Walters, J.; Addison, G.M.; Hill, P.; Brydon, G.
July 2003
Gut;Jul2003 Supplement 5, Vol. 52, pV1
Academic Journal
Presents guidelines on the best available methods of investigating symptoms of chronic diarrhea. Initial assessment; Small and large bowel mucosal disease; Non-invasive tests for malabsorption; Investigation of malabsorption due to pancreatic insufficiency; Investigations of chronic diarrhea due to specific conditions.


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