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In a fecal specimen, findings of increased numbers of white blood cells, normal qualitative fats and meat fibers and a difference between the

In a fecal specimen, findings of increased numbers of white blood cells, normal qualitative fats and meat fibers and a difference between the measured and calculated osmolality of <20 mOsm/Kg can be indicative of diarrhea caused by:

 

a. Salmonella, Shigella or Campylobacter infection

b. lactase deficiency

c. laxative overdose

d. parasitic infection

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