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nbme22/Block 3/Question#31 (22.1 difficulty score)
A 35-year-old man is admitted to the hospital ...
Absorption of nitrogenous products from the gastrointestinal tract🔍
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submitted by yotsubato(778),
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tWah do oyu eus to etrta Hceaipt ?hctoEaphalpyen lstcueaLo. Waht eods ttah od, it diecsfiia HN3 in het GI catrt noti 4HN+ nda tspoeomr slso fo hte ogtsiorennu udrtocsp atth uaesc hahol.tnpepeayc sTih is how oyu eebrrmem tihs erps.sco

carmustine  FA 2019 pg 385 "Triggers --> increased NH3 production & absorption (due to GI bleed, constipation, infection)." +4  
drzed  To add, you can also use rifaximin which will act as a antibiotic decreasing the production of NH3 from gut flora. Same concept. +2  



Increased bleeding in the GI tract also delivers hemoglobin and other proteins to the tract which are broken down to nitrogenous products and then absorbed




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submitted by dr.xx(125),
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submitted by d_holles(137),
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nCa ptaolr TNH irtutocnbe to tceaiph lcytpopeaeahhn?

djtallahassee  Sorry for the late add. Portal system does contribute to hepatic enceph ESPECIALLY when there is a TIPS or shunt that bypasses the liver. However before, it won't directly contribute to more NH3+ +2