maldigestion

mal·di·ges·tion

(mal'dī-jes'chŭn),
Imperfect digestion.

maldigestion

(1) Indigestion, see there.
(2) Malabsorption, see there.
(3) Steatorrhoea, see there.

maldigestion

 
1. Indigestion, see there.
2. Malabsorption, see there.
3. Steatorrhea, see there.
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EPI is a condition characterized by deficiency of the exocrine pancreatic enzymes, resulting in the inability to digest food properly, or maldigestion. The deficiency in this enzyme can be responsible for greasy diarrhea, fecal urge and weight loss.
This inflammation leads to rapidly increasing food reactions, which may then set the stage for SIBO, and further lead to malabsorption or maldigestion. SIBO is the result of an overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine, and imbalances in the microbiome can be a trigger for MCAS.
Prolonged hemorrhagic shock caused by ruptured type B aortic dissection may lead to multiple organ dysfunctions including gastrointestinal bleeding, acute kidney injury, maldigestion, and even hypoxic encephalopathy.
(23) Hypercholesterolemia can be associated with different conditions, such as biliary obstruction, liver fibrosis, hypothyroidism, high fat diets, and laying period, while malabsorption, maldigestion, end stage of liver diseases, and starvation result in hypocholesterolemia.
SBS results in "maldigestion, malabsorption, and malnutrition" (Wall, 2013, p.
Approximately, 60% of children are off narcotics and insulin independent at the 20-year follow-up, with improvement in quality of life.10,11 Pancreatic exocrine insufficiency results in maldigestion and absorption of fat due to inadequate activity of pancreatic enzyme in the small bowel.10
Maldigestion occurs when your cat is not producing the enzymes needed to digest her food.
The diarrhea in this study might be caused by the interplay of maldigestion and malabsorption of nutrients.
The clinical significance of disaccharide maldigestion. Am J Clin Nutr.
In general, complete obstruction is associated with more dramatic clinical signs and rapid deterioration whereas partial obstruction may be associated with more chronic signs of maldigestion and malabsorption (Papazoglou et al., 2003).