The normal production of gastric acid is based on numerous stimuli, three main phases, the Intrinsic factor, and the state of the parietal cells.
One of the patient factors that affect the development of both disorders is behavior people's dietary choices and nutrition play a significant role in exacerbating and treating both IBD and IBS.
The patient's description of abdominal pain is too broad to outline the list of diagnoses. While the description of the patient's condition is vague, one can suggest a number of possible diagnoses that are characterized [...]
Cirrhosis refers to a chronic disease that interferes with the normal functions of the liver. Early diagnosis of the condition is very important in stopping further damage to the liver.
The pain started one hour after she left the restaurant and worsened in the following hours. The patient also reports that she frequently vomits and has diarrhea.
The symptoms may also be a sign of irritable bowel syndrome, which can be confirmed or excluded by analyzing the patient's family history and other symptoms.
Personally, I did not know that the gut had the surface area 40 times the area of a person's skin. Also, I found out about the variety of immune cells, bacteria, and hormones inhabiting the [...]
In simple terms, the mucosa is the layer that helps digest food, protects organs from infections, and the impact of the secreted enzymes.
Taking into consideration the fact that the patient has a long moderate-to-high alcoholic history, the main diagnosis at this point of the case should be liver damage and the disease that is caused by drug [...]
On balance, it is possible to note that GERD is a common health issue that can be diagnosed with the help of physical assessment and patients' health habits analysis and the use of certain tests.
When the tract acts normally, food is ingested into the mouth cavity for moistening and mechanical processing; then, it is forwarded along its length with the help of peristaltic movements of the muscles into the [...]
Treatment of ulcerative colitis will depend on the extent to which mucosa is affected; therefore, treatment is individual, and parenteral nutrition and surgery may be needed in some cases. Finally, the factor of patients' behavior [...]
The digestive system consists of the gastrointestinal tract and other organs of digestion such as "the salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and exocrine pancreas".
There are a range of symptoms of intestinal obstruction, depending on the severity of the condition; nausea and vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, severe pain in the abdomen and bloating, cramps, bloating, and swelling are the [...]
The identification of pain characteristics, evaluation of other symptoms in combination with the results of collected by objective research, such as clinical analysis, in most cases, helps to achieve a high level of preliminary diagnosis' [...]
The term "Hepatitis" refers to a group of medical conditions characterized by inflammation of the liver cells hepatocytes, the basic units of the liver.
The name of the bacterium was changed to Clostridium difficile, and today, it is viewed as the cause of C.difficile infection or C.difficile-associated diarrhea.C.difficile causes diarrhea in more than 25% of hospital cases that are [...]
However, irrespective of the factors that initiate the condition, the onset of the disease triggers a chain of occurrences. The increase in the prevalence of CKD is attributed to different factors.
A gastrointestinal disease is a form of infection that affects the gastrointestinal tract, which is composed of the stomach, the liver, gallbladder, rectum, intestines, and the esophagus, among others.
In the prophylaxis of the disease, prednisolone and pentoxifylline are the most widely used pharmacological agents with empirical evidence indicating that they have disparate results in the management of the severe form of the disease.
Lacy and Rosemore are quite categorical that with the passage of time, the acid eats through the stomach lining and thereby occasioning the exposure of capillaries that are located beneath the walls of the stomach.
The study involved a review of 161 qualitative and quantitative studies to support treatment guidelines for the management of pediatric IBD in the UK.
In Ulcerative Colitis and Crohns disease, the immune system, attacks the gastrointestinal system, which is the digestive tract or tube in the body that extends from the mouth to the anus.
The observation that has led to this study was that when prescription of a diet without gluten is increased for symptoms that are gastrointestinal in people without celiac disease, there is no enough evidence to [...]
The research was primarily conducted to report the causes of crohn's disease and the people who can be infected by the disease.
The proton pump inhibitor is in the class of drugs that permanently block gastric proton pump which is essential for the secretion of the gastric acid by the parietal cells of the stomach.