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1. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea

2. Case Presentation

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3. “Diarrhea is the too rapid evacuation of too fluid sto...

4. The Amazing Intestines

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5. Diarrhea and Malabsorption: Slide 5

6. Diarrhea

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7. Is it Diarrhea?

8. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea

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9. Case Presentation

10. Osmotic Diarrhea

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11. Diarrhea and Malabsorption: Slide 11

12. Lactose Intolerance

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13. Fecal Osmotic Gap

14. Case Presentation

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15. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea

16. Case Presentation

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17. Malabsorption

18. Diarrhea and Malabsorption: Slide 18

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19. Fat Malabsorption

20. Bile Salt Inactivation

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21. Conditions Predisposing to Bacterial Overgrowth

22. Diarrhea and Malabsorption: Slide 22

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23. Pathophysiology of Malabsorption in Bacterial Overgrowth

24. Diagnosis of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth Syndrome...

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25. Treatment of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth Syndrome...

26. Increased Bile Salt Losses

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27. Case Presentation

28. Defective Nutrient Hydrolysis

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29. Tests for Pancreatic Insufficiency

30. Diarrhea and Malabsorption: Slide 30

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31. Malabsorption: Mucosal Loss

32. Malabsorption: Mucosal Disease

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33. Mucosal Disease: Crohn’s Disease

34. Celiac Sprue

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35. Celiac Sprue: Pathogenesis

36. Celiac Sprue: Pathogenesis

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37. Pathogenesis of Celiac Disease

38. Celiac Sprue: Pathology

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39. Celiac Sprue: Clinical Presentation

40. Celiac Sprue: Associated Diseases

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41. Celiac Sprue: Diagnosis

42. Celiac Disease: Treatment

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43. Drugs Causing Malabsorption

44. D-Xylose Test: General Test for Malabsorption

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45. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea

46. Case Presentation

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47. Secretory Diarrhea

48. Fecal Osmotic Gap

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49. Secretory Diarrhea

50. Abnormal Mediators

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51. Abnormal Mediators

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53. Case Presentation

54. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea

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55. Altered Intestinal Motility

56. Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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57. IBS: Symptoms

58. IBS: Epidemiology

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59. Extent and Impact of IBS

60. IBS: Pathophysiology

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62. Diarrhea and Malabsorption: Slide 62

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63. Role of the Enteric Nervous System

64. Evolution of Hypotheses in IBS

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65. Selected Mediators of Motility and Visceral Hypersensitivity...

66. Serotonin and Enterochromaffin (EC) Cells in Altered GI Moti...

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67. Rome Criteria

68. IBS Diagnosis

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69. Therapeutic Options for Patients with IBS

70. Case Presentation

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71. Case Presentation

72. Explanations for Diarrhea

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