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1 of 4 PE# 12010 (9/07) To order: http://www.virginia.edu/uvaprint UVA CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL PATIENT AND FAMILY EDUCATION DIVISION OF PEDIATRIC GASROENTEROLOGY, HEPATOLOGY AND NUTRITION IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS) IN DEPTH The most common cause of chronic abdominal pain in school age children ...


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Diet, Stress and IBS

IBS Basics —Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common disorder of the intestines that may lead to cramp y pain, gassiness, bloating and changes in bowel habits.

Bowel Cancer

1 INTRODUCTION Bowel cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women in New Zealand. Each year more than 2000 new cases are diagnosed and about 1000 people will die from bowel cancer.

Symptoms - Bowel Obstruction

Case* C. J. is a 57-year-old woman with stage IV ovarian cancer who is admitted with both continuous and colicky abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, and abdominal distension.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - AQ • What are bowel control

What are bowel control problems? Bowel control problems refer to loss of normal control of the bowels that leads to leakage of solid or liquid stool (feces) or gas.

World Gastroenterology Organisation Practice Guidelines

World Gastroenterology Organisation Global Guideline Irritable bowel syndrome: a global perspective April 20, 2009 Review team Prof. Eamonn Quigley (Chairman, Ireland) Prof. Michael Fried (Switzerland) Prof. K.A. Gwee (Singapore) Prof. C. Olano (Uruguay) Prof. F. Guarner (Spain) Prof. I. Khalif ...

Neurogenic Bowel: What You Should Know

Consumer Guide Panel Members Steven A. Stiens, MD, MS Chair, Consumer Guide Panel and Member, Consortium for Spinal Cord Medicine Neurogenic Bowel Guideline Panel U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs VA Puget Sound Healthcare System Seattle, Washington University of Washington Department of ...

Bowel and Bladder Function in Multiple Sclerosis

ing of the muscles that control urination, although urinary tract infection (UTI) must be eliminated as a cause. An appointment at the Mellen Center with an advanced practice nurse or physician assistant to initially assess the bladder symptoms is helpful.

Living with bowel problems following radiotherapy

Living with bowel problems following radiotherapy: a scoping study commissioned by NACC, by Judy Wilson EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This short scoping study carried out in 2005/6 included a literature and website search, conversations and a small qualitative research study interviewing nine people affected.