Physiology of Gastrointestinal Disorders

Physiology

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Lecture´s Description

In this video lecture, educator describes absorption process in the large intestine and formation of faeces. There are different disorders of swallowing and esophagus namely paralysis of swallowing mechanism, achalasia, gastritis, gastric atrophy, achlorhydria, hypochlorhydria, pernicious anaemia in gastric atrophy, peptic ulcer disease with varying causes and symptoms.

There are many disorders associated with small intestine including pancreatic failure, pancreatitis, pathophysiology, sprue, constipation, megacolon, diarrhoea, psychogenic diarrhoea, ulcerative colitis and paralysis of defecation in spinal cord.

Gastrointestinal tract has many general disorders such as vomiting, antiperistalsis, nausea, GIT obstruction and flatus.

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