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Digestive D/C

Anorexia Lack or loss of appetite inability to eat
Appendicitis Inflammation of the appendix Due to obsession or infection
Borborygmus Rumbling or gurgling noises that you can hear from a distance. Passage of gas through liq contents intestines
Cachexia Physical wasting that includes los of weight and muscle mass Commonly associated with AIDS and CA
Cholelithiasis Presence or formation of gallstones
Cirrhosis Scarring & dysfunction of liver Chronic liver disease
Colic Spasm in any hollow or tubular soft organ
Crohn Disease Form of inflammatory bowel disease usually of ileum Regional enteritis
Dysentery Inflammation of intestine Ingesting water or food contacting chemical irritants
Eructation Belching
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) Back flow of gastric contents into esophagus due to small function of sphincter muscle
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Symptom complex marked by abdominal pain and altered function for which no organic cause can be determined
Created by: Nachure18