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Through the power of augmented reality, you will get an inside look at Genetic Sucrase-Isomaltase Deficiency (GSID). GSID is a disorder that causes a reduction of the enzyme activity needed to break down and absorb table sugar (sucrose).
Toggle between a healthy digestive system and a GSID system. Take a close-up look at the inner wall of the small intestines and then zoom into the very surface of the microvilli, where the sucrase-isomaltase enzyme is expressed. GSID may include any or all of the following symptoms: chronic, watery diarrhea, gassiness, bloating, abdominal pain, and constipation. Symptoms can vary from mild to severe. Infants, children, and adults are all susceptible. Diagnosing GSID can be difficult because the symptoms are similar to several other, more common gastrointestinal disorders, including toddler’s diarrhea, IBS-D, celiac disease, or lactose intolerance.
Only your doctor can diagnose you. Share this app with your physician. No 3D glasses required!
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You Can Download the actual AR App Target Page HERE. The terms “Congenital. The difference between CSID and GSID is that there is NO difference.