chloridorrhea

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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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Congenital chloride diarrhea (CCD) is a rare disorder with multiple diagnostic challenges.
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