amylorrhea

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amylorrhea

 [am″ĭ-lo-re´ah]
the presence of an abnormal amount of starch in the feces.
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am·y·lor·rhe·a

(am'i-lō-rē'ă),
Passage of undigested starch in the stools, implying a deficiency of amylase activity in the intestine.
[amylo- + G. rhoia, flow]
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am·y·lor·rhe·a

(am'i-lō-rē'ă)
Passage of undigested starch in the stools, implying a deficiency of amylase activity in the intestine.
Synonym(s): amylorrhoea.
[amylo- + G. rhoia, flow]
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am·y·lor·rhe·a

(am'i-lō-rē'ă)
Passage of undigested starch in the stools.
Synonym(s): amylorrhoea.
[amylo- + G. rhoia, flow]
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