Digestion Disorders - Cirrhosis- hepatocytes replaces with...

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BIO 181 Digestive System Disorders Mumps : inflammation of parotid gland Anorexia nervosa : lack of nutrition, abuse of laxative, forced vomitting causing emaciation / malnutrition Bulimia : First overeat / then fast, forced vomiting Heartburn (GERD): regurgitation of gastric juice into esophagus Peptic ulcer : erosion of muscosa due to bacteria / HCl Lactose Intolerance : failure to produce lactase, cannot digest dairy products, constipation Hemorrhoids - inflamed rectal veins protrude into anus forced defecation, childbirth Dysentery - inflammation of mucosa by protozoan loose stools, blood, pus, mucous
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Unformatted text preview: Cirrhosis- hepatocytes replaces with fat and c.t. Jaundice- yellowing of eyes and skin due to excess bilirubin Hepatitis- inflammation of liver by virus Gall stones- crystaline deposits within gall bladder (usually cholesterol) Diverticulitis- outpouchings of colon wall due to weakened muscularis Diabetes Type I: low insulin production (10% of cases) Type II: low sensitivity of cells to insulin (90%) Vitamins Source Function Deficiency A Thiamine Riboflavin Niacin B 6 B 12 C D E K Folate Minerals Sodium Potassium Chloride Calcium Phosphorus Iron Zinc...
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