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Celiac disease, colonic ulcerations, colonic fracturing are some of the complications of microscopic colitis. Read on to know more.
Easily digestible foods are to be eaten and everything else should be avoided. Read on to know more.
It may take up to three years for a person with microscopic colitis to recover completely. Read on to know more.
The etiology of microscopic colitis is unknown. Read on to know more.
It is possible for microscopic colitis turn into crohn's disease. Read on to know more.
Slow transit constipation is characterized by the reduced motility of the large intestine, caused by abnormalities of the enteric nerves. Slow transit constipation has been traditionally classified and considered as a functional disorder. The terminology, slow transit constipation, was ?rst coined in 1986, in a group of women who all displayed slow total gut transit time with a normal colon in addition to a variety of other systemic symptoms. Patients with slow transit constipation represent 15-30% of all constipated patients. It is very common in young women.