Vol. 14 - Num. 53
aPediatra. CS Linneo. Madrid. España.
Correspondence: ME Guerra. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reference of this article: Guerra Aguirre ME. Keriorrhea; two cases report. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2012;14:49-52.
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Known as keriorrhea (orange oily anal leakage), the rectal excretion of a greasy substance after consumption of certain fish with high fat content. The case of two kids that developed these symptoms after intake of butterfish is presented. This entity is self-limited and benign. It is important to have some knowledge about these cases to avoid unnecessary examination, and for its notification and epidemiological investigation.
Keywords● Faeces orange oil ● Fish intake
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