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If not enough water is reabsorbed by the colon, this malfunction may occur.
a) Diarrhea b) Gall stones c) Constipation d) Heartburn
If too much water is reabsorbed by the colon, this malfunction may occur.
a) Diarrhea b) Gall stones c) Constipation d) Heartburn
This malfunction is characterized by a burning pain felt in the chest caused by a back up of stomach acid in the esophagus.
a) Diarrhea b) Gall stones c) Constipation d) Heartburn
These are sharp crystalized cholesterol deposits blocking bile ducts.
a) Diarrhea b) Gall stones c) Constipation d) Heartburn
Inflammation of the fingerlike projection dangling from the cecum.
a) Appendicitis b) Peritonitis c) Jaundice d) Ulcer
Infection of the tissues lining the abdominal cavity covering its organs.
a) Appendicitis b) Peritonitis c) Jaundice d) Ulcer
Erosion of the protective mucosa layer anywhere in the GI tract.
a) Appendicitis b) Peritonitis c) Jaundice d) Ulcer
Yellow coloring of tissues of the body.
a) Appendicitis b) Peritonitis c) Jaundice d) Ulcer
Typically caused by a build up of bile salts and pigments entering the bloodstream.
a) Appendicitis b) Peritonitis c) Jaundice d) Ulcer
This malfunction can cause dehydration if persistent.
a) Diarrhea b) Gall stones c) Constipation d) Heartburn
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