Definition of Enteritis:

Sometimes Enteritis regionalis: Localized inflammation of the intestine.

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Crohn's Disease

...the condition
“...The two primary sites for Crohn's disease are the ileum, which is the last portion of the small bowel (ileitis, regional enteritis), and the colon (Crohn's colitis)...”


...the condition
“...Lactase deficiency, either ethnically acquired (more common in Asian-Americans, African- Americans) or secondary to acute infectious enteritis can lead to diarrhea following ingestion of milk, cheese, ice cream and other dairy products...”
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...the condition
Enteritis means inflammation of the intestinal tract, especially of the small intestine...”

Magnesium Requirement

...the condition
“...and fat malabsorption usually occurs after intestinal surgery or infection, but it can occur with chronic malabsorptive problems such as Crohn's disease, gluten sensitive enteropathy, and regional enteritis.  Individuals with these conditions may need extra magnesium...”
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