Anal motility dysfunction
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Intestinal Motility Disorders: Background, Pathophysiology, Etiology
12 Oct You are here: Home; GI Disorders; Motility Disorders The external anal sphincter, which is part of the pelvic floor normally stays tightly closed.
Description:Therefore, it plays a critical role in regulating the frequency of defecation and consistency of stools. The two primary symptoms of colonic motility dysfunction are altered bowel habits constipation, diarrhea and intermittent abdominal cramping. Additional symptoms include straining, urgency, feeling of incomplete evacuation, passage of mucus, bloating or feeling of abdominal distension, and postprandial exacerbation of symptoms. The following sections discuss the symptoms of specific motility disorders affecting the colon, the motor correlates of these symptoms, and the cellular and molecular mechanisms of dysfunction, following a brief discussion of how physiological or pathologic motor activity produces the sensation of abdominal pain. However, it is not always apparent how a motor event in the gut can be the source of abdominal cramping.