Clinical Characteristics of Constipation in Jordanian Children
– Purpose: Constipation is a common pediatric problem worldwide. This study aims to describe the clinical characteristics of constipation in Jordanian children according to their age groups. Methods: All patients with constipation managed at our pediatric gastroenterology service between September 2009 and December 2012 included. Hospital charts were reviewed. Demographic data, clinical characteristics and final diagnosis were recorded. Data was analyzed according to the following age groups: infants, pre-school, school age and adolescents and gender….
Colorectal Screening: An Innovative Intervention Point for Smoking Cessation
– Introduction Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of morbidity and mortality in the US, with cigarette smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke contributing to 480,000 deaths annually (Department of Health and Human Services [HHS], 2014). As many as 60% of smokers will die from a disease attributable to cigarette smoking (Jha et al., 2013). Despite declines in overall cigarette smoking, decreasing recent rates of have slowed to a current prevalence at 18% (HHS, 2014). Tobacco products contain a number of carcinogens, with at least 60 associated with cigarette smoke and 16 within unburned tobacco (Hecht, 2003)….
Taking a Look at the Small Intestine
– … In addition to the structural divisions of the small intestines, its structures includes its wall (Henry Gray). The outer wall of the small intestines is composed of smooth muscle tissue. The inner lining of the small intestines is made up of epithelial tissue, and called the mucosa. The mucosa covered by numerous folds (plicae circulares), which provide a larger area for absorption, and the surface of these folds contains tiny projections called villi, which in turn have microvilli. The villi and microvilli further increase the total area for nutrient absorption inside the jejunum and ileum….
Barret’s Esophagus: Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease
– … With that said you could make changes in your life including your diet by avoiding fatty foods, chocolate, caffeine, spicy foods, and peppermint. You should also avoid being around smoke, and smoking as this can agitate your lungs/ esophagus. Patients who develop Barret’s esophagus have a very small percent of about 0.5% per year to develop esophageal cancer. There are medications, therapies, and surgery to try and prevent those cancerous stages. There hasn’t been any significant death rate research when it comes to Barret’s esophagus that I could find…. ;
Personal Reflection on the Message Behind Super Size Me
– … II. In the documentary, Morgan embarks on a 30 day McDonalds binge, he enlists the help of how many and which doctors. He checks his health with the help of a cardiologist, gastroenterologist, and a general practitioner a. What kinds of questions do they ask him. They asked him questions such as if he drink, smoke, or do drugs, and if he has a normal sex life. b. What is Morgan’s health status at the beginning of the documentary. Morgan’s health was excellent as per the specialists. His cholesterol, sugar levels, kidney, liver and triglyceride were intact…. ;