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Types of Diarrhea

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Types of Diarrhea by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Small and Large Intestine Diseases.


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    1. Lactase levels are high in patients with osmotic diarrhea.
    2. Osmolar gap is more than 40 patients with an osmotic type of diarrhea.
    3. Stools are acidic in nature.
    4. The diarrhea is usually self-resolving type.
    5. A Large volume of stools is a common complaint.
    1. Secretory
    2. Osmotic
    3. Exudative
    4. Abnormal motility
    5. Anorectal dysfunction
    1. E.coli induced diarrhea
    2. Colon cancer
    3. Lactase deficiency
    4. Laxative abuse
    5. Inflammatory bowel disease
    1. Bacterial digestion of stools
    2. Decreased motility of intestines
    3. Blood in the stool breaks down
    4. Bile salts breakdown
    5. Increase in osmolar gap
    1. Carcinoid syndrome
    2. Zollinger-Ellison syndrome
    3. VIPoma
    4. Crohns disease
    5. Small intestine adenocarcinoma
    1. Carcinoid
    2. Post vagotomy
    3. Scleroderma
    4. Hypothyroidism
    5. Amyloid
    1. Osmotic - High osmolar gap Secretory - No osmolar gap Abnormal motility - Bacterial overgrowth causing diarrhea Exudative - Blood in stools Anorectal dysfunction- small amount of stools
    2. Osmotic - No osmolar gap Secretory - Bacterial overgrowth causing diarrhea Abnormal motility - Blood in stools Exhudative - Small amount of stools Anorectal dysfunction - High osmolar gap
    3. Osmotic - Bacteria overgrowth causing diarrhea Secretory - Blood in stools Abnormal motility - small amount of stools Exudative - High osmolar gap Anorectal dysfunction - No osmolar gap
    4. Osmotic - Blood in stools Secretory - small amount of stools Abnormal motility - High osmolar gap Exudative - No osmolar gap Anorectal dysfunction - Bacterial overgrowth causing diarrhea
    5. Osmotic - Small amount of stools Secretory - High osmolar gap Abnormal motility - No osmolar gap Exudative - Bacterial overgrowth causing diarrhea Anorectal dysfunction - Blood in stools

    Author of lecture Types of Diarrhea

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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