An unsuspected cause of chronic diarrhoea
- EFFECTIVE NONSPECIFIC TREATMENT OF DIARRHEA. Winkelstein, Asher // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Nov1960, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p524
Presents information on the nonspecific treatment of chronic diarrhea. Factors that characterizes the diarrheal state; Composition that acts to reduce both stool fluidity and bowel hypermotility; Reports regarding cases of chronic diarrhea.
- diarrhea. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p640
A definition of the term "diarrhea" is presented. It refers to the passage of fluid or unformed stools. The general mechanisms causing diarrhea include excessive secretion, inflammatory or exudative disorders, osmotic diarrhea, malabsorption of nutrients, and abdominal intestinal motility. Some...
- CYANOBACTERIA--A NEW MONSTER FROM THE DEEP? Weiss, Peter J.; Oldfield III, Edward C.; Johnson, David A.; Cattau Jr., Edward L. // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Apr1992, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p540
Comments on an article concerning the study of outbreaks of diarrheal illness associated wit cyanobacteria. Abstract of the article; Organisms that cause infectious diarrhea; Scientific method used to detect cyanobacteria in stool samples.
- MAGNESIUM-INDUCED DIARRHEA: MORE FIRM DATA ON LOOSE STOOLS. Steinberg, William; Johnson, David A.; Cattau Jr., Edward L. // American Journal of Gastroenterology;May1992, Vol. 87 Issue 5, p675
Although we have all been aware for many years that magnesium is a cause of osmotic diarrheas, the exact mechanics of diagnosing this entity via stool analysis has not been carefully worked out until now. In this study, two groups of subjects were studied: 19 normal subjects, and 359 patients...
- faeces, abnormal. Peters, Michael // BMA A-Z Family Medical Encyclopedia;2004, p296
An encyclopedia entry for "faeces, abnormal" is presented. Abnormal faeces which may be an indication of a disorder of the digestive system or a related organ, such as the liver, differ from normal in their colour, odour, consistency or content. A change in diet often result in a change in the...
- Unexplained watery diarrhea in a toddler. Shah, Nayan; Boshra, Zakaria; Daniel, Chancelor // Cortlandt Forum;4/25/2005, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p55
Presents a case study of a 2-year-old with unexplained watery diarrhea. Medical history of the patient; Treatment of the disease; Pathology of the disease.
- Architectural Malformation of the Muscularis Propria as a Cause for Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction: Two Cases and a Review of the Literature. Kapur, Raj P.; Correa, Hernan // Pediatric & Developmental Pathology;Mar/Apr2009, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p156
Two patients are presented with intestinal pseudo-obstruction and malformations of their intestinal muscularis propria. Histopathological findings in each case indicate a distinct alteration of intestinal muscle architecture. The 1st patient, a teenager with lifelong constipation, had an...
- Multiple Adenomas in Juvenile Polyposis. Sandler, Robert S.; Lipper, Stanley // American Journal of Gastroenterology;May1981, Vol. 75 Issue 5, p361
Juvenile polyps are generally considered to have no malignant potential. We report a 16-year old patient with juvenile polyposis colt who presented with diarrhea and hypoproteinemia. Some of her polyps had adenomatous histologic features and a large villoglandular polyp was present in the cecum....
- RARE CASE OF METAGONIMUS YOKOGAWAI. Uppal, B.; Wadhwa, V. // Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology;Jan2005, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p61
Intestinal Heterophyid infections are almost unknown in India with only one documented case report. We report a case of six year old child with diarrhoea without any other associated gastrointestinal symptoms. Examination of the faeces revealed eggs of Metagonimus yokogawai. However, the patient...