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38 Possible Causes for Chronic Diarrhea, Dental Caries, Total Protein Decreased

  • Common Variable Immunodeficiency

    All participants underwent examination for dental caries and periodontal disease. Blood and whole saliva samples were collected on the same day of the oral examination.[] We present the case of a patient with common variable immunodeficiency suffering a chronic diarrhea episode and who was diagnosed with ileocaecal Crohn s-like disease after[] The digestive clinic is common, in 10% of patients it is the only symptom, and 60 % present chronic diarrhea.[]

  • Amyloidosis

    Similarly, there was no significant difference between treatment groups in the proportion of patients with chronic diarrhea at study completion (4% in the eprodisate group[] A 30-year-old man with chronic diarrhea presented with progressive anasarca for 2 years.[] Pedigree of Family with a PRNP Y163X Mutation Associated with Chronic Diarrhea and Autonomic Failure.[]

  • Celiac Disease

    The prevalence of dental caries in children with celiac disease varies.[] CASE PRESENTATION: We report a 3-year girl with chronic diarrhea, Hypoalbuminemia and exfoliative erythema.[] A fifteen-year-old girl was presented for chronic diarrhea and abdominal pain. Her physical examination had determined multiple hypopigmented patches.[]

  • Thiamine Deficiency

    We compare the rates of dental caries between Tripolye farmers with earlier hunter-fisher-gath-erers from Ukraine.[] diarrhea, and taking high doses of diuretics.[] diarrhea, wasting, weight loss, failure to thrive, skin rashes, and vision or hearing difficulties.[]

  • Selective IgA Immunodeficiency

    caries, plaque accumulation and periodontal status. [49] A more recent case-control study of 32 Icelandic adults with SIgAD compared with 63 randomly selected controls showed[] Gastrointestinal infections or chronic diarrhea are also common.[] […] or absent antibody response to vaccination † Total hemolytic complement assay (CH 50 ) Complement deficiencies Decreased or absent proteins if there is a deficiency in the[]

  • Vitamin D Deficiency

    "Vitamin D and Dental Caries in Controlled Clinical Trials: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis." Nutr Rev 71.2 Feb. 2013: 88-97.[] Primary intestinal lymphangiectasia is a rare disease of children, which is characterized by chronic diarrhea and complicated with malnutrition, including fat-soluble vitamin[] Total fat intake, percentage of total energy from fat, MUFA intake, and SFA intake all increased across MUFA/PUFA tertiles, and PUFA intake decreased ( Table 2 ).[]

  • Osteoporosis

    Sugared soda consumption and dental caries in the United States. J Dent Res. 2001 ; 80 : 1949 – 1953 Gerrior S, Bente L. Nutrient Content of the US Food Supply, 1909–97.[] After 14 years of chenodeoxycholic acid therapy, the cholestanol levels of all 4 patients decreased to normal levels ( cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis CTX chronic diarrhea[] Munger et al. also observed that the risk of hip fracture was not associated with calcium or vitamin D intake, but was negatively related to total protein intake.[]

  • Obesity

    Sugar consumption and dental caries: evidence from 90 countries . Br Dent J 176: 297 - 302 .[] Thus, immune-mediated gut and extra-gut dysfunctions, due to gluten sensitivity with comorbid diarrhea, may last for decades.[] For each diet, decreasing levels of total/HDL cholesterol, C-reactive protein, and insulin were significantly associated with weight loss (mean r 0.36, 0.37, and 0.39, respectively[]

  • Mucopolysaccharidosis 4A

    […] and updated chapters Temporomandibular Joint Diseases section completely rewritten Physical and Chemical Injuries of the Oral Cavity chapter updated Extensive revision of Dental[] Investigations to detect other conditions causing intractable and chronic diarrhea were negative.[] Consideration should be given to the possibility of sodium overload in small infants, and, if necessary, the total volume of the infusion can be decreased to 50 ml.[]

  • Hypocalcemia

    dental caries.[] diarrhea, post-gastrectomy. 4 ) Hypoparathyroidism : congenital or acquired. 5 ) Hyperphosphatemia : e.g. renal failure.[] Circulating citrate or phosphate decreases serum total calcium, whereas monoclonal proteins may increase serum total calcium.[]

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