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 Diarrhea as defined by PubMed/MeSH

Diarrhea: "Un aumento de la liquidez o disminución de la consistencia de las heces. La consistencia de las heces está relacionado con la proporción de agua y la capacidad de retención de sólidos insolubles en agua total, más que la cantidad de agua presente. La diarrea no es hyperdefecación o aumento de peso de las heces.

 

 Diarrhea

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