chloridorrhea

chloridorrhea

 [klor″īd-o-re´ah]
diarrhea with an excess of chlorides in the stool.
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chlor·i·dor·rhea

(klō-rid-ō-rē'ă),
A congenital autosomal recessive condition of intestinal chloride malabsorption, with intrauterine and life-long diarrhea. MIM #214700 (as chloride diarrhea, familial); gene map locus 7q22-q31.1
[chloride + -rrhea]
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TABLE MAJOR CAUSES OF CHRONIC DIARRHEA CLASSIFIED BY TYPICAL STOOL CHARACTERISTICS (6) Osmotic diarrhea [Mg.sup.2+], P[O.sub.4.sup.-3], S[O.sub.4.sup.-2] ingestion Carbohydrate malabsorption Fatty diarrhea Pancreatic disease Short-bowel syndrome Postgastrectomy syndrome Hyperthyroidism Cholestasis Other malabsorption syndromes Inflammatory diarrhea Inflammatory bowel disease Infectious diseases Ischemic colitis Radiation colitis Neoplasia Secretory diarrhea Irritable bowel syndrome Laxative abuse Fecal incontinence Congenital syndromes (chloridorrhea) Idiopathic secretory diarrhea Bacterial toxins Drugs and poisons Disordered motility Neuroendocrine tumors Neoplasia Addison's disease Epidemic secretory (Brainerd) diarrhea REFERENCES