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the branch of medicine that studies the gastrointestinal tract and its diseases

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A dog that suddenly begins to have a taste for grass may be trying to compensate for gastrointestinal complaints.
Fabry disease affects both males and females and can present with a number of signs or symptoms of variable degree, such as cardiovascular and/or renal dysfunction, intense or burning pain, heat intolerance, skin lesions, gastrointestinal complaints, hearing loss, and ocular problems.
The acne may be associated with gastrointestinal complaints and the symptoms are worse at night, from cold bathing and worse in the heat of the summer sun.
It is known that ingesting PSH can cause meteorism from bacterial fermentation in the colon which is associated with gastrointestinal complaints of bloating, flatulence and even painful cramps.
4 through 8) the larger numbers of students we are dismissing have the gastrointestinal complaints," Fishman said.
In that the council says types of infection that are common include minor gastrointestinal complaints, eye, ear and throat infections, typhoid, dysentery and infectious Hepatitis A.
Because patients often have no symptoms or only vague gastrointestinal complaints, most gastric tumors present at an advanced stage.
Irritable bowel syndrome and other gastrointestinal complaints
Her weight had remained stable and she had no gastrointestinal complaints and had noticed no skin rashes.
Gastrointestinal complaints are common in pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Chronic pain, headaches, and gastrointestinal complaints are common.
One can underwrite garden-variety histories of arthritis, headache, fainting and gastrointestinal complaints via sound teleunderwriting, but it would be correspondingly daft to do likewise with malignant melanoma and coronary artery bypass surgery.
In addition to the gastrointestinal complaints, Jacobson raised the possibility that "Quorn causes cancer or reproductive problems," despite a complete lack of evidence to support such concerns.
All of the children had gastrointestinal complaints and developed autism within a month of taking their vaccine.
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