Explosive Diarrhoea

Diarrhoea which offends all of the senses: it is malodorous, loose, and released rapidly often to sputtering
Aetiology Malabsorption, inflammatory bowel disease, hot peppers, Mexican food, etc.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Stress caused by the infection and wasting could also have resulted in rapid growth of the bacteria in the intestines and their toxins were causing the explosive diarrhoea."Our best option here is the administration of appropriate antibiotic treatment for the udder and intestines given by teat infusion, mouth and injection of both into the blood stream and the muscles," I explained to the farmer and the interns.
Another cow had developed a bout of explosive diarrhoea! Nerves had got the better of her, but would she recover in time for the big day?
Your child will rarely be sick in the middle of the day, instead keeping the violent vomiting and explosive diarrhoea until they are in your bed in the middle of the night.
"On the last tour I talked about discussing having a vasectomy with the doctor and going for a hernia operation, whereas this time around, I talk about explosive diarrhoea. And dates that have gone wrong." You'll have to go along to the gig on Wednesday to see whether the two are linked.
Once more he presented after two whole days of explosive diarrhoea. Further samples showed the campylobacter had returned.
For five years or more, I had experienced frequent "stomach bugs", accompanied by intense pain and explosive diarrhoea. Whenever I followed these up, laboratory tests never confirmed anything.
"Every milestone is memorable, from the numerous wardrobe changes in her first five months due to her explosive diarrhoea to the first time she said, 'Mama,'" she said.
Despite intermittent rain, gale-force winds and a one-year-old with explosive diarrhoea, it was actually a great day at the zoo.
"I have no idea what the story was, but it seemed to feature a giant WC which let off fireworks (explosive diarrhoea?) being chased around town by a Gerald Scarfe cartoon (which bore more than a passing resemblance to the headmaster from The Wall).