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Doctor insights on: Disease Condition Of The Small Intestine

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What part of the intestine is inflamed with Crohn's disease?

What part of the intestine is inflamed with Crohn's disease?

Variable: Crohn's can affect the entire GI tract. The most common area is the distal end of the intestine called the ileum or the first part of the colon or large intestine. ...Read more

Intestine (Definition)

The gastrointestinal tract starts at the mouth, travel down the tunnel (esophagus), which connects to the stomach, which then empties into the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum---the three parts of the small intestine (@25 feet). This empties into the colon or large intestine (about 5 feet), which then becomes the sigmoid colon, rectum and out the anus. So, every morsel eaten ...Read more


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What causes a obstruction in the small intestine?

Within and without..: The obstrction can be form something within the lumen (the passage) or within the wall or from externally (within the abdomen but outside the si). With this in mind it is possible to work through the possibilites and reach a conclusion... ...Read more

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Can resection surgery at the junction of the small and large intestine cause chronic sibo? Assume the ileocecal valve was removed.

Can resection surgery at the junction of the small and large intestine cause chronic sibo? Assume the ileocecal valve was removed.

Define: I don't know what sibo is. In general, if the ileocecal valve is removed, some patients can have , at least temporarily, some looser stools or urgency. I usually suggest Imodium (loperamide) as needed, a good general diet, avoidance of large meals, and the inclusion of yogurt in the diet. If i'm missing the boat here, define sibo. Good luck. ...Read more

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Where are the common areas of pain when you have small intestine inflammation because of crohns disease?

Where are the common areas of pain when you have small intestine inflammation because of crohns disease?

Crohns: A common area of involvement in crohns disease is in the intestine near the appendix which would cause discomfort in the right lower abdomen. Skip areas of the intestines occur in crohns and thus different zones in the abdomen may be involved,however. ...Read more

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Describe the features of small intestine bacterial overgrowth.?

Dysmotility: Agree with excellent answer by dr. Hoepfner. Also, some motility problems of the small intestine can lead to bacterial overgrowth (ie. Scleroderma). ...Read more

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What is a villous adenoma of the small intestine?

What is a villous adenoma of the small intestine?

Premalignant tumor: Neoplasms of the small bowel are unusual comprising less than 2% of all malignant neoplasms of bowel . They manifest with non-specific symptoms and frequently can be missed in the usual screening tests because they are flat and carpet like in appearance. Villous adenomas are often associated with larger adenomas and more severe degrees of dysplasia and are of concern primarily because of the risk of malignant transformation (approximately 15-25% overall) ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of chronic small vessl ischemic disease?

What are the symptoms of chronic small vessl ischemic disease?

It depends: There may be no symptoms. Otherwise the symptoms depend on the area of the brain involved with the ischemia. ...Read more

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Desctibe the parts of the small intestine?

Desctibe the parts of the small intestine?

See below: The stomach empties into the first part of the small intestine, the duodenum, where bile and pancreatic enzymes enter for digestion. Next is the jejunum and then the ileum. These are parts of the small intestine that also absorb nutrients & vitamins that then can enter into the blood stream. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of small intestine cancer?

What are the symptoms of small intestine cancer?

Obstruction and: Small intestinal cancers are much less common than colon cancers. The symptoms depend on the type of cancer and may be due to obstruction in the form of swelling of abdomen, pain, vomiting, due to neuroendocrine syndromes, e.g., carcinoid syndrome, and in the case of lymphomas, mass in abdomen and enlargement of lymph nodes. ...Read more

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Can small vessel disease of the brain cause pain in the feet?

Can small vessel disease of the brain cause pain in the feet?

No.: Pain in the feet is much more likely to come from small vessel disease in the feet and involvement of distal nerves. ...Read more

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A voluminous lesion in the tail of the pancreas also encompassing the greater curvature of the stomach,12cm tumor.is dangerous fibroscopy?operated?

A voluminous lesion in the tail of the pancreas also encompassing the greater curvature of the stomach,12cm tumor.is dangerous  fibroscopy?operated?

Cystadenoma: This size lesion expanding to stomach can not be the classic adenoCa. It is probably an islet cell neoplasm or more likely cystadenoma. Since the latter almost always converts to carcinoma, resection of distal pancreas, spenectomy since splenic vein always involved and partial gastectomy must be performed. Laparotomy should be used and depending on path, chemo may be needed PO. ...Read more

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What causes malabsorption syndrome in small cell lung cancer? Is it an early or late stage presentation of the disease?

What causes malabsorption syndrome in small cell lung cancer? Is it an early or late stage presentation of the disease?

Youkeep asking silly: These are silly questions that waste a doctors time. Without knowing your complete medical history(like do you have Small cell lung Cancer? And do you have malabsorption syndrome(a rare condition to begin with), how can we address any questions that you raise and then you go ahead and give them another twist or early/late stages etc. Please take all these questions to your Primary doctor to addres ...Read more

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What disease involves the formation of a large carcinoma in both the frontal lobes ?

What disease involves the formation of a large carcinoma in both the frontal lobes ?

? Not Clear: No specific disease results in formation of carcinoma in both frontal lobes. Carcinomas do not form in the brain, but spread (metastasize) there from cancers that start in other body parts, most commonly lung, breast, renal, ... They can spread to both lobes. There is a disease called gliomatosis cerebri in which multiple tumors form in the brain itself and often involve both frontal lobes. ...Read more

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What would confirm the diagnosis of carcinoma in situ of the large intestines?

What would confirm the diagnosis of carcinoma in situ of the large intestines?

Biopsy: A colonoscopic biopsy would be necessary to make the diagnosis of colon cancer. It is the gold standard. Good luck. ...Read more

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Small Intestine (Definition)

The small intestine is the intestinal tract that lies between the stomach and the colon. It is involved in digesting and absorbing most of the nutrients we need ...Read more


Bowel (Definition)

The bowel is the intestinal tract in the body. The small intestine ...Read more