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    ABCs of boosting calories 1127

    This sheet lists foods that will help increase (grow) calories in the diet.

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    ABCs of boosting calories (Spanish)

    This sheet lists foods that will help increase calories in the diet.

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    AMT G-Jet (gastrojejunal) button (3001)

    A GJ tube is a feeding tube. It is placed through the stomach and goes into part of the small intestine, called jejunum. Learn how to use and care for the GJet GJ tube.

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    AMT G-Jet gastrojejunal tube (Spanish) 3001

    A GJ tube is a feeding tube. It is placed through the stomach and goes into part of the small intestine, called jejunum. Learn how to use and care for the GJet GJ tube.

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    Anal dilitation 1202

    Anal dilatations stretch the anus and keep it from getting smaller. Learn why this procedure may be necessary for your child.

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    Anal dilitation (Spanish)

    Anal dilatations stretch the anus and keep it from getting smaller. Learn why this procedure may be necessary for your child.

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    Anal fissures and anal skin tags (1760)

    If your child has constipation, they may have some other problems that go along with it. This sheet explains 2 of those problems: anal fissures and anal skin tags.

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    Anal fissures and anal skin tags (Spanish)

    If your child has constipation, they may have some other problems that go along with it. This sheet explains 2 of those problems: anal fissures and anal skin tags.

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    Anorectal manometry study 1616

    The anus and rectum area has musclesÿthat help with bowel movements. This test checks the nerves and muscles to see if they are working, as they should. It is done when a child has had problems with constipation or soiling. Learn how this test is done.

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    Anorectal manometry study (Spanish)

    The anus and rectum area has muscles that help with bowel movements. This test checks the nerves and muscles to see if they are working, as they should. It is done when a child has had problems with constipation or soiling. Learn how this test is done.

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