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Dumping Syndrome

digestive system diseases  symptoms  patients  Digestive Diseases  Gastrointestinal Motility  Motility Disorders  Etiology  Diagnostic Tests  Drug Therapy  Diet Therapy  Gastrojejunostomy  Gastrectomy  Gastric Bypass  Gastric Emptying  general public  Dumping Syndrome 

Describes Dumping syndrome, a group of symptoms caused by rapid gastric emptying. Covers the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and long-term outlook.

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NIDDK

Constipation in Children

digestive system diseases  symptoms  children  treatment  patients  medications  diagnosis  Digestive Diseases  Dietary Fiber  Constipation  Diet Therapy  Gastrointestinal Tract  GI Disorders  Hirschsprung Disease  Stool  Fluids  health professionals  general public  Food Habits  Defecation 

Describes long-term and short-term constipation in children, its complications, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.

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NIDDK

Dermatitis Herpetiformis

digestive system diseases  symptoms  diagnosis  pathology  Digestive Diseases  Etiology  Diagnostic Tests  Drug Therapy  Diet Therapy  Celiac Disease  Dermatitis Herpetiformis  Gluten-free Food  Skin Diseases 

Summarizes information about this blistering skin rash and its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment. Photographs illustrate dermatitis herpetiformis.

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NIDDK

Abdominal Adhesions

prevention  research  digestive system diseases  symptoms  patients  diagnosis  nausea  vomiting  Digestive Diseases  Surgical Techniques  Constipation  Information Resources  Abdominal pain  Postoperative Complications  Diet Therapy  Crohns Disease  Infertility  Intestines  Abdominal Adhesions  Abdomen 

Describes how abdominal adhesions form. Explains their causes and how they can lead to intestinal obstruction.

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