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    Fat Malabsorption Summary

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    Summary: Barry James, a 67-year-old man presents to the hospital with a recent onset of diarrhea and weight loss; patient has a history of lactose intolerance, vitamin B12 deficiency and intermittent diarrheal episodes that last 1-2 days. Peripheral edema was noted on the physical examination, and the abdominal examination was negative for distention and organomegaly. Question: Describe the pathophysiology and clinical presentations associated with small intestine malabsorption. Generate:…

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    The mouth which is also called the oral cavity is associated with the accessory organs such as teeth, salivary glands, and tongue. The mouth is where digestion starts. Our teeth are used to chew food into really small pieces and our saliva contains enzymes that begins the process of digestion. Our tongue occupies the floor of the mouth and mixes food with saliva to form bolus which is a compact mass that forms food into a lump that helps initiates swallowing. The mouth begins the process of…

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    Mixing and movement • Digestion • Absorption • Excretion Inside the mouth, there are several accessory organs (teeth, salivary glands, and tongue) that aid the process of digestion. These organs breakdown…

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    vertebrates, and involved in many metabolic processes, I for one Liver, remain the second-largest organ. I perform numerous processes assisting with digestion, metabolism, immunity, including the storage of nutrients. I’m a glandular organ divided by openings. I operate in the emission of bile (Greenish liquid that responsible for chemical digestion of fats if your unaware) along with numerous metabolic processes. These processes are essential for bodily function. Even though, now it’s revealed…

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    Essay On Digestive System

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    The digestive system is a group of organs that convert food into energy to feed the entire body. The alimentary is made up of the pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestines, and large intestines. Organs of the digestive system include the teeth, tongue, salivary glands, liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. In the digestive system it all begins with the mouth. Inside the mouth are many organs that help the food to be chopped up and swallowed . Teeth chop food into small pieces, which are…

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    Galltone Case Study

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    have imparted to the world. Our gallbladder is a 4 inches organ with the type of pear. It is set under the liver. The gallbladder stores the bile, a blend of fluids, fat and cholesterol. The bile deteriorates the fats of the sustenance in the digestion systems. The gallbladder conveys the bile in the small digestive system. This permits the dissolvable vitamins and supplements to retain all the more effortlessly in the circulation system. The capable formula we're going to present you has…

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    Equation Of Nutrition

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    When I look at the food that I consumed for Friday night, I have realized that my diet contains few vegetables and fruits. Furthermore, I did not take any dairy food. When I went to Choose My Plate website, I entered my age: 21, height: 156 cm, weight: 48 kg, and exercise 40-60 minutes a day. According to this website, it suggests that I intake 2000 calories per day. My dairy food plan recommends that I have 6 ounces of grains, 2.5 cups of vegetables, 2 cups of fruits, 3 cups of dairy, and 5.5…

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    by a series of organs all the way through the body to the anus. This article stated, “digestion is the process in which the body breaks down our food and drinks into smaller particles to feed and nourish our cells” (“Your digestive system,” 2004). This process is important for the body to use the nutrients from food towards energy, growth, cell repair, as well as our overall well-being. In order for digestion to begin food needs to be entered into the mouth or oral cavity. This is where the…

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    The Alimentary canal or gastrointestinal tract is made up of all the organs which food passes through during digestion. Starting from the mouth, where saliva is produced protecting the teeth and chemically breaking down food molecules and teeth are used to mechanically chew food from larger molecules to smaller molecules. Food is then passed through the Pharynx. The Epiglottis in the Pharynx, is a flap of tissue that covers the trachea to prevent food from entering the lungs, thus directing…

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    nucleus controls the cell activities inside the cell. Mitochondria are needing to give energy to the cell and tissue. The columnar and squamous epithelium cell are found in the lining of the oesophagus.The mitochondria and lysosomes is used in the digestion system as an organelle is that the lysosome act as an enzyme which helps to break down the food or any of the…

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