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Naiara Tirapu Fernández de la Cuesta

Servicio de Análisis Clínicos, Hospital San Jorge (Huesca).

Thursday, 28 April 2016

UNDIGESTED MUSCLE FIBERS AND STARCH GRANULES IN A STOOL SAMPLE OF A DIABETIC PATIENT SUFFERING FROM DIARRHEA

Written by Iñaki Vallés Díez | Miren Vallejo Ruiz | Naiara Tirapu Fernández de la Cuesta, Posted in Volumen 2

FIBRAS MUSCULARES Y GRANOS DE ALMIDÓN SIN DIGERIR EN LAS HECES DE UN PACIENTE DIABÉTICO CON DIARREA
Gastrointestinal symptoms are found in up to 76% of patients diagnosed with diabetes mellitus, and diarrhea is one of the most common clinical manifestations1. Diarrhea episodes in diabetic patients are usually watery, intermittent, mild and occur mostly during nights. Moreover, they can be long lasting and resistant to several treatments2.

Gastrointestinal symptoms are found in up to 76% of patients diagnosed with diabetes mellitus, and diarrhea is one of the most common clinical manifestations1. Diarrhea episodes in diabetic patients are usually watery, intermittent, mild and occur mostly during nights. Moreover, they can be long lasting and resistant to several treatments2.