decreased movement through the colon and increased water absorption from the stool.
increased movement through the colon and increased salt taken from foods.
looser anal sphincter and fewer nutrients taken from foods.
tighter anal sphincter and less iron eliminated in the stool.
a common genetic disorder.
one cause of malabsorption syndrome.
a curable condition with medical intervention.
the most frequent cause of diarrhea in general practice.
history of interstate travel.
food likes and dislikes.
age at completion of toilet training.
the first day of the last menstrual period.
hold his or her breath.
flex his or her knees.
raise his or her head off the pillow.