Colon irritabile

Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Das Colon irritabile wird definiert als ein funktionelles Krankheitsbild mit abdominellen Schmerzen und mit Störungen der armmotilität und daraus resultierend der Stuhlgewohnheiten. Der Begriff „irritables Kolon“ ist zu eng gefaßt, da die Störungen auch ndere gastrointestinale Organe betreffen können:Ösophagus, Magen, Dünndarm, Gallensystem — so daß er zumindest auf „irritabler Darm“ (irritable bowel Syndrome) oder zutreffender wahrscheinlich sogar auf „irritable person Syndrome“ erweitert werden sollte [7, 10, 11, 2]. Es gilt als häufigste gastroenterologische Erkrankung überhaupt. Schätzungsweise 30% der Normalbevölkerung leidet zeitweise an den ypischen Beschwerden des irritablen Darmes, die jedoch nur die empfindlicheren und ängstlicheren unter ihnen zum Arzt führen [7, 10, 18, 22].

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