secretory diarrhea

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secretory diarrhea

[si¦krēd·ə·rē dī·ə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
Diarrhea resulting from an increase in electrolyte secretion into the intestinal lumen by its epithelial cells, leading to an increased flow of water from the intestinal mucosa into the lumen, it persists during fasting.
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A The water contamination poses risk of enteric infections and secretory system ailments.