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46 Possible Causes for Oxalate Kidney Stone, Steatorrhea

  • Malabsorption Syndrome

    A patient with malabsorption syndrome and steatorrhea was found to have IgG (lambda) M component in the blood and some extracellular deposition of IgG in the intestinal wall[] .  Patients who have Crohn disease with ileal disease or resection are also likely to form calcium oxalate kidney stones.[] Schilling tests (with intrinsic factor) improve in two patients and steatorrhea improved in all and there was significant weight gain.[]

  • Steatorrhea

    (January, 1997) I have taken responsibility for a patient aged 52 who for 25 years have formed numerous calcium oxalate stones in both kidneys.[] The dietary treatment of steatorrhea requires knowledge of the cause of the disease associated with the steatorrhea.[] The 159 patients with steatorrhea were compared to 162 patients without steatorrhea.[]

  • Blind Loop Syndrome

    […] absorption and increased risk of oxalate kidney stones and in muscle cramps (tetany) [1,4] Vitamin E: Neuropathy Vitamin K: Increased bleeding Impaired iron absorption resulting[] A lady was admitted with a long history of steatorrhea, anemia and hypocalcemia due to a blind loop syndrome after a BPD.[] , unintentional weight loss eventually leading to cachexia and nutrient deficiencies, such as vitamin B12, leading to megaloblastic anemia or protein deficiency due to steatorrhea[]

  • Short Bowel Syndrome

    For patients with SBS who have a colon, foods containing oxalates may need to be restricted to prevent the formation of oxalate kidney stones.[] Natural conjugated bile acids improve steatorrhea to a smaller extent and greatly worsen diarrhea.[] Symptoms often include: diarrhea, fatigue, and pale greasy stools (steatorrhea).[]

  • SHORT Syndrome

    This can lead to oxalate kidney stones.[] Symptoms often include: diarrhea, fatigue, and pale greasy stools (steatorrhea).[] Oxalate is a substance found in many foods and can cause kidney stones.[]

  • Resection of the Terminal Ileum

    This can lead to oxalate kidney stones.[] Postgastrectomy steatorrhea One of the consequences of gastric surgery is steatorrhea, primarily in patients who have the Billroth II gastric resection with a gastrojejunostomy[] This fat binds with calcium in the stool, preventing the normal combining of calcium and oxalate.[]

  • Orlistat

    Although no kidney stones were noted, the authors commented that the increase in oxalate excretion would have been enough to promote oxalate stone formation in susceptible[] In Summary Commonly reported side effects of orlistat include: bowel urgency, frequent bowel movements, oily evacuation, oily rectal leakage, steatorrhea, and flatulence with[] […] obstructed bile duct , impaired liver function, and pancreatic disease Side effects [ edit ] The primary side effects of the drug are gastrointestinal-related, and include steatorrhea[]

  • Allopurinol

    ] Gastrointestinal Common (1% to 10%): Diarrhea, nausea, vomiting Rare (less than 0.1%): Intermittent abdominal pain , gastritis , dyspepsia Very rare (less than 0.01%): Steatorrhea[] It is also used to treat certain patients with calcium oxalate kidney stones and high amounts of uric acid in the urine. Alopurinol is a xanthine oxidase inhibitor.[] To prevent calcium oxalate kidney stones in adults is 200 mg or 300 mg per day, taken as a single dose or as a few (two or three) smaller doses throughout the day.[]

  • Vitamin Deficiency

    kidney stones in people who have this recurrent problem No evidence to support this No evidence to support this No evidence to support this Intravenous magnesium used to[] .: Chronic Idiopathic Steatorrhea: Roentgenologic Observations. Arch. Int. Med. , 53:615–629, April, 1934. Google Scholar 37. Barker, W. H. and Rhoads, C.[] […] of the heart muscle Insufficient research in helping PMS No evidence that is helpful in treating gallstones, but evidence exists that it is helpful in preventing calcium oxalate[]

  • Crohn's Disease

    Common symptoms of malabsorption include the following: Diarrhea Steatorrhea (large amounts of fat in the stool) Weight loss or poor growth Dehydration Vitamin and mineral[] Common symptoms of malabsorption include the following: Loose stool, or diarrhea Large amounts of fat in the stool, called steatorrhea Weight loss or poor growth Fluid loss[]

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