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  1. Digestive diseases are disorders of the digestive tract, which is sometimes called the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. In digestion, food and drink are broken down into small parts (called nutrients) that ...
  2. ... used to see organs in and near the digestive tract. ... mouth or through the rectum and into the digestive tract. Sound waves are sent out the end of ...
  3. ... camera takes thousands of color photos of your digestive tract during this test. These pictures are downloaded to ... you if they find a problem with your digestive tract, what it means, and how it can be ...
  4. ... disease is a disease where parts of the digestive tract become inflamed. It most often involves the lower ... body tissue (autoimmune disorder). When parts of the digestive tract remain swollen or inflamed, the walls of the ...
  5. ... is an abnormal loss of protein from the digestive tract. It can also refer to the inability of the digestive tract to absorb proteins.
  6. ... may indicate: Abnormal loss of protein from the digestive tract or the inability of the digestive tract to absorb proteins ( protein-losing enteropathy ) Malnutrition Kidney ...
  7. ... provider suspects you are bleeding somewhere in your digestive tract When men are having symptoms that suggest the ... infection, or prostate cancer Bleeding anywhere in the digestive tract Cancer of the rectum or colon Small split ...
  8. ... of organisms in stool shows diseases in the digestive tract. ... may be due to an infection of the digestive tract.
  9. ... this type absorb too much iron through their digestive tract. Iron builds up in the body. The liver, ... reduce how much iron is absorbed through your digestive tract. Your provider may recommend the following: Do not ...
  10. Images ... The gastrointestinal system is comprised of the stomach, and the small and large intestines. It is responsible for breaking ...
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