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Management of Lactose Intolerance

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Lactose malsbsorption and intolerance are commonly encountered in clinical practice. In fact, most of the world's population is unable to digest lactose (milk sugar) into adulthood!

In this lecture, Dr Jason Hawrelak differentiates between lactose malabsorption and intolerance and primary from secondary lactose intolerance, covers the pathophysiology and diagnosis of these conditions, and discusses a number of treatment approaches that are available to manage this common condition.

Lecture length ~30 mins. Audio-visual lecture can count towards your annual CPE requirements.

Short INTRO video:

 
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