Refractory Constipation: New Tests and New Treatments Arnold Wald MD University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Madison, WI
Constipation Contents 1 Definition 2 Pathogenesis 3 Risk factors 4 Diagnosis and differential diagnosis 5 Treatment approaches 6 References 7 Useful web sites 8 Queries and feedback 1 Definition Constipation is a symptom, not a disease.
CHRONIC RETENTIVE CONSTIPATION* DEFINITION: “Defecation” is the passage of stool through the rectum. If a child repeatedly resists the urge to defecate and withholds stool in the rectum, a large mass of stool may build up.
Idiopathic Constipation: What is it? Definition of Idiopathic Constipation . View a . video presentation on Idiopathic Constipation by colorectal surgeon,
Appendix A: Rome III Diagnostic Criteria for FGIDs C3. Functional Constipation Diagnostic criteria* . Must include two or more of the following:
CONSTIPATION 1. Definition: A child is constipated if stools are hard and painful. Therefore, large BM’s are not necessarily constipation and some grunting/straining can be normal.
Constipation Constipation is an often misunderstood, poorly defined side effect of many medications. Due to the prevalence of occurrence with opiates, the link between, and treatment of constipation induced by
He definition of constipation differsamong individuals affected with the dis-order, their physicians, and the profes-sional medical organizations that provide guidelines for treatment. Research reveals that 50% of patients define constipation by the symp-
Functional Constipation • Must include ≥2 of the following: – Straining* – Lumpy or hard stools* – Sensation of incomplete evacuation* – Sensation of anorectal Rome III Diagnostic Criteria: Functional Constipation and IBS-C. Title:
Definition The Rome III criteria are the most accepted criteria for diagnosing childhood constipa-tion should include the family’s definition of constipation and a careful review of the fre-quency, consistency, and size of stools; age
2 impact of IBS and chronic constipation on patients with these problems. The burdens of IBS and chronic constipation are fairly substantial. These
The Journal of International Medical Research 2011; 39: 41 –50 [first published online as 39(1) 9] 41 The Bowel Function Index for Evaluating Constipation in Pain Patients: Definition
He definition of constipation differsamong individuals affected with the dis-order, their physicians, and the profes- in chronic constipation: a randomized, double-blind, con-trolled trial. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol.2004;2:796-805.
GUIDELINE ASGE guideline: guideline on the use of endoscopy in the management of constipation This is one of a series of statements discussing the
CONSTIPATION AND ENCOPRESIS IN CHILDHOOD COMPETENCY The resident should be able to define constipation and encopresis, develop a differential diagnosis for
DEFINITION OF CONSTIPATION The definition of constipation can be unclear because there are multiple symptoms associated with constipa-tion and patients will often have different complaints