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Stasis syndrome results when a portion of the small intestine has been cut off from the normal flow of food and digestive juices. It is sometimes called blind loop syndrome or stagnant loop syndrome.
The patient undergoes an abdominal X-ray or an abdominal computerized tomography scan as well as tests for bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine, for poor fat absorption, or for other factors causing the symptoms.
The condition is treated by identifying the underlying problem such as surgical repair of a postoperative blind loop or stricture. If it is not reversed, treatment is focused on correcting nutritional deficiencies and eliminating bacterial overgrowth. Antibiotic therapy is effective for treating bacterial overgrowth.
Symptoms and Signs
Signs and symptoms and symptoms of the condition include loss of appetite, abdominal pain, nausea, fatty stools, bloating, diarrhea, unintentional weight loss, and an uncomfortable feeling of fullness after eating.
The bypassed portion of intestine or the blind loop does not allow the passage of food resulting in food fermentation that encourages bacterial growth. The condition may sometimes be a result of a gastric surgery, abnormalities in the operations and structure of small intestine, and other medical conditions such Crohn's disease and scleroderma and diabetesDiscuss Stasis Syndrome in our forums
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