Infants with allergic colitis present with vomiting, diarrhoea and with blood and mucus in stools. … This procedure permits a doctor to directly observe the severity of the inflammation, take samples of mucus or stool for culture, and remove tissue samples of affected areas
Most colonic polyps cause no symptoms, but they may cause rectal bleeding, mucus in stools, abdominal pain and rarely diarrhoea or constipation. … 25 Serrated polyps are important for several reasons: they are more common on the right side of the colon, they are commonly sessile (or flat), they can be covered with mucus … […] or stool particles, and they can have a benign appearance. 26 All of those factors make serrated polyps harder to detect by the endoscopist. 20 Previous studies have reported
The finding of mucus in stool was higher in children with Giardia cysts (OR 2.3). … Mucus in stool can indicate inflammatory responses and our finding could indicate that chronic infection may induce inflammatory changes without major clinical symptoms. … […] in stool.
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Mucus in Stool
Visible mucus in stool can have a variety of causes, including irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel diseases and nutritional factors.