|Dec 10, 2012|
- Gastritis (vomiting): ingesting “people” food, holiday plants (lilies, hollies and mistletoe) and Christmas tree water
- Enteritis (diarrhea): eating “people” food and scraps
- Colitis (loose or bloody stool): eating “people” food; holiday stress
- Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas): eating fatty “people” food such as roasts, gravy, nuts, egg nog, etc.
- Gastric foreign body (foreign object in the stomach): ingesting Christmas tree decorations, ribbon, small gifts, and bones from holiday meats
- Hemorrhagic gastroenteritis (bloody vomiting and diarrhea): eating people food; holiday stress
- Intestinal foreign body (foreign object in the intestines): ingesting tinsel, other Christmas tree decorations, and bones from holiday meats
- Gastric foreign body, surgical (surgical removal of foreign object from the stomach): unable to pass Christmas tree decorations and bones
- Intestinal foreign body, surgical (surgical removal of foreign object from the intestines): unable to pass tinsel, ribbons, or bone fragments
- Methylaxanthine toxicity (chocolate toxicity): eating chocolate or other caffeinated products.