Esofago

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-Why the burning sensation in her esophagus?
When the model vomits she passes the gastric juices from the stomach to the esophagus and this is not prepare for receiving this type of fluid and theesophagus starts to feel burned up, when this happens chronically it can leave to a disease called Barret’s esophagus in which the esophagus’ tissue starts to change to a tissue similar to the one thatis in the intestine by the action of the burnings and afterwards this may cause a very agresive cancer in the esophagus.

Normal esophagus.

Barrett's esophagus.
-How is the paleness of the skinproduced?
Paleness may be the result of decreased blood supply to the skin or decreased number of red blood cells. Paleness of the skin is separate from the loss of pigment from the skin. Paleness isrelated to blood flow in the skin rather than deposit of melanin in the skin.
In the patient because of the lack of nutrients in the blood, the quantity of blood decreases and the blood flowdecreases too so there’s not enough irrigation to the tissues and this makes the skin appear pale.
-Why is the hair loss produced?
Telogen effluvium: This type of temporary hair loss occurs suddenly, mostoften after a significant illness or major life stress. Handfuls of hair may come out when combing or washing your hair or may fall out after gentle tugging. This type of hair loss usually causesoverall hair thinning and not bald patches.
The hair loss in the patient is produce by the lack of proteins in the body that is produce because the nutrients in the food are not absorbed and the body hasno amino acids to produce more proteins.
-Why is asthenia produced?
Weakness in the patient is produced by the deficient in the nutrients among the body, carbohydrates and lipids that are the mainsource of energy for the body are lacking because they are not been absorbed and the body has no energy to develop its functions so muscles have no energy to move and she feels weak.
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