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Lecture test 2
Intestinal infection, caused by viruses, bacteria, or protozoan, that causes diarrhea and cramps.
Indigestion; difficulty in digesting a meal.
difficulty in swallowing.
Inflammation of the intestine.
Inflammation of the esophagus
Partial or complete removal of the stomach.
The creation of an opening in the stomach wall through which food and liquids may be administered when swallowing is not possible. (G-tube)
Inflammation of the tongue.
Obstruction of the intestine due to an inhibition of motility or a mechanical cause
Inflammation of the ileum.
Inflammation of the pharynx.
Spasm of the pyloric portion of the stomach or the pyloric sphincter.
Inflammation of the dental periosteum with pus formation.
Inflammation of the lining of the mouth.
Stones in the gallbladder.
Blockage in bile flow from the gallbladder
Liver condition in which the hepatic cells degenerate and surrounding connective tissues thicken.
Inflammation on small pouches (diverticula) that form the lining and the wall of the colon.
Symptoms including diarrhea, that often occur following a gastrectomy.