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  • Overview. Dysphagia is difficulty swallowing. Certain conditions can weaken your throat muscles, making it difficult to move food from your mouth into your throat and esophagus when you start to swallow.
  • One survey evaluated coprophagic dogs and non-coprophagic dogs, whereas the second asked for owners of coprophagic dogs to provide feedback on their pet's behavior.
  • An eater of feces. Poop-eater. One who can't help but eat feces, their own, or another's.
  • Myoelectric Complex (MMC). MMC contractions move slowly along the gastrointestinal tract, reaching the colon in about two hours, at which point another wave of contraction begins in the stomach. The function of MMC is to sweep any residuals out of the GI tract—hence the nickname ‘housekeeper’ (Figure 3).
  • Aug 08,  · "1)my doctors did not agree on diagnosis. My surgeon told me anyone with a blockage would automatically fail the gastric emptying test. "The doctor who said that the blockage would cause a positive GES is correct. its like me, if i am totally backed up and cant go (IBS-C), where is the food from the stomach supposed to go?
  • Nov 13,  · If you think that you've heard everything that extreme music has to offer, you are sorely in need of this disc. On this debut CD from Texas' Intestinal Disgorge, the boundaries between music and noise are blurred beneath a psychotic mess of unbelievably high-pitched shrieks and screams and an amalgam of almost totally senseless buzzing guitars and pounding drums/5(23).
  • adjective, (literally) "shit eating" 1. Pertaining to voluntary ingestion of excrement, either for sexual excitement or self-effacement. 2. Describing something with a guilty, shameful, or otherwise disgracing association or connotation.
  • Jan 21,  · the causes of gastroparesis can include: * uncontrolled diabetes * gastric surgery with injury to the vagus nerve * medications such as narcotics and some antidepressants * .
  • gastroparesis is a chronic (long-lasting) condition. this means that treatment usually doesn't cure the disease.