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  1. ... your stool means there is bleeding in the digestive tract . The bleeding may be caused by a variety ... colon Ulcers , sores in the lining of the digestive tract Colitis , a type of inflammatory bowel disease Colorectal ...
  2. ... C. diff infection, a serious disease of the digestive tract. It's often caused by the use of certain ... a serious, sometimes life-threatening disease of the digestive tract. C. diff, also known as C. difficile, stands ...
  3. ... Merck & Co. Inc.; c2021. Nuclear Scans of the Digestive Tract; [updated 2019 Jun; cited 2021 Mar 21]; [about ... diagnosis-of-digestive-disorders/nuclear-scans-of-the-digestive-tract?query=gastric%20emptying#v43716398 National Institute of Diabetes ...
  4. ... areas. The anus is the opening of the digestive tract where the stool leaves the body. The rectum is a section of the digestive tract located above the anus. It's where stool is ...
  5. ... Children's; c2019. Viruses, Bacteria and Parasites in the Digestive Tract; [cited 2019 Jun 23]; [about 3 screens]. Available ... choc.org/programs-services/gastroenterology/viruses-bacteria-parasites-digestive-tract Kids Health from Nemours [Internet]. Jacksonville (FL): The ...
  6. ... to: Look for H. pylori bacteria in the digestive tract Find out if your digestive symptoms are caused by an H. pylori infection ...
  7. ... there is some kind of inflammation in the digestive tract. The more leukocytes that are found, the higher the chance that you or your child has a bacterial infection. If your ... your digestive system. If your provider thinks you have inflammatory ...
  8. ... that causes swelling, inflammation, and sores in the digestive tract Whipple disease, a rare condition that prevents the small intestine from absorbing nutrients Low results may also be caused by an infection from a parasite , such as: ... Heart, Lung, ...
  9. ... used to show the movement of the gastrointestinal (digestive) tract. Cardiac catheterization. In this procedure, fluoroscopy shows blood ...
  10. ... a type of bacteria commonly found in the digestive tract, urinary tract, and genital area. It rarely causes ...
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