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What are the most causes that a person recommended for large intestine resection?

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Some of the causes of intestinal resections are: obstructions, colon cancers, gangrene, etc.
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Dr. Mark Kuhnke answered:

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

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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 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.
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Can u palpate your large intestine?

Sure, but...

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...most of the time, your colon (large intestine) is not palpable. One may be able to determine some of its outline (particularly in the left lower quadrant) under circumstances when it is distended with air or stool, and the patient is relatively thin. If tenderness is present, please get to the doctor.
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where is the large intestine located ?

Abdomen

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The large intestine, AKA the colon, is located in varying areas of you abdomen. It begins in the right, lower portion of your belly and travels to right upper area (ascending colon) becoming the transverse colon as it moves across from your right to your left side. Here it becomes the descending colon and transitions to you sigmoid colon in the lower left side. It moves central and down to end.
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Dr. Richard Mangus answered:

Could the large intestine be transplanted?

Yes, but not alone

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The large intestine has been transplanted many times in the past, but only as part of a small intestine transplant. The large intestine has two jobs: hold stool and absorb fluid. For this reason, it is beneficial in intestine transplant patients to avoid diarrhea and dehydration. However, the risks of immune suppression medication don't warrant large intestine transplant by itself.
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Dr. Arie E. Pelta answered:

How can i relax my irritable large intestine?

Depends

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If spasm then levsin if constpation then miralax type meds to start
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What treatments for an elongated large intestine?

Depends on function

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The therapeutic approach depends on colon function. An elongated colon may work perfectly well, & therefore require no "treatment." A sluggish colon may respond to prokinetics (designed to speed up movement of material through colon). Colonic inertia that is refractory to prokinetic Rx may benefit from "colon reduction" surgery. Sitz marker testing, defecography, anal manometry studies can help.
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Dr. Sean O Donovan answered:

Is the colon the large intestine or the whole one?

Colon = large intest

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The colon is the last 5 feet or so of your intestines, from the rectum to the cecum, and it has altogether different functions, appearance and use than the rest of your intestines.
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Is the large intestine the colon or something else?

Yes, it is colon & -

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Large intestine includes- cecum, colon (ascending, transverse, descending), and rectum.
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Is the colon the same thing as the large intestine?

Yes

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The end of the Colon is the rectum.
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