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Similar to a large antibiotic capsule, after being swallowed by the patient, the capsule C is propelled by peristalsis. Video images are transmitted (two images per second) from inside the body during 6–8 hours, to a sensor array secured to the patient’s abdomen (B, C). This is then connected to the recorder which stores the data. 9 Schematic diagram of a video-capsule: 1, clear optical dome; 2, lens; 3, illuminating LEDs; 4, CMOS imager; 5, battery; 6, ASIC transmitter; 7, antenna. 7 g. The wireless endoscopic capsule The small bowel is an area of the intestine not accessible to routine endoscopic techniques.

Alteration of intraluminal metabolism of bile acids occurs, causing deconjugation of the bile acids. These stimulate the colon to secrete fluid (secretory diarrhoea) and inhibit the carbohydrate transporters and reduce intraluminal pH levels. Symptoms depend on the degree of mucosal damage, from abdominal pain or flatulence to severe diarrhoea with malabsorption. The diagnosis can be established by duodenojejunal culture (≥106 UFC/ml) or exhaled hydrogen concentration with an oral carbohydrate load.

Mechanical stretch and chemical stimuli are the main triggers involved in visceral nociceptor activation. 1 Aetiology of acute and chronic abdominal pain. Illness? 2 Genesis and perception of abdominal pain. e. small intestine) is perceived in the midline. Pain perceived on one side usually comes from nondigestive intra-abdominal organs (ovary, ureters, and kidneys), gallbladder, ascending and descending colon, or abdominal wall which are mainly ipsilaterally innervated. 3)1. When recurrent abdominal pain was first described in 19582, only 10% of patients had a definitive diagnosis; 90% of patients remained undiagnosed or labelled as ‘suspected functional abdominal pain’.

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