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Case history 8.
Pain in the abdomen, diarrhea

Konstantin Nikitin | 20.07.2012

Centre of intellectual medical technologies “Doctor Nik” Tomsk
Report on SCENAR-COSMODIC EX735Ag Modific (Slider)

Patient: Female, 9 yrs old. Complaints: pains in the abdomen, diarrhea during a week.

Past medical history: the condition developed acutely. Without any reason the girl began to have liquid stool 3–4 times a day, without pathological mix. Three days later the patient had cramp-like abdominal pains and low-grade fever. After three more days the patient was taken to our centre.

Objective issues: pronounced painfulness at palpation in the epigastric region, in the region of the small intestine and in the region of the sigmoid colon.


We treated painful areas on the abdomen in Scenar-Cosmodic Slider 5 mode, 3 minutes, on average, for each area. Pain in the abdomen was eliminated completely at the first session. At home, the girl did not have any pains in the abdomen, body temperature normalized, stool normalized too (formed stool once a day). At the second session the patient did not have any active complaints. Moderate painfulness was noted at palpation in the epigastric region and region of the small intestine. The painful areas were treated in Scenar-Cosmodic Slider 5 mode, 3 minutes each. Pain was eliminated completely during the session. At the third and fourth session the situation repeated. The patient did not have any active complaints. Slight painfulness was revealed at palpation in the region of the small intestine, which was completely eliminated at the 6th session. At the7th and 8th session there were no pains at palpation of the abdomen. We treated liver and general areas — 3 pathways and 6 points in Scenar mode. The patient was discharged as healthy.

Director of CIMT “Doctor Nik”, Nikitin Konstantin Vladimirovich.
Tomsk, 634050, per.Nakhanovicha, 15.
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Translated by Elena Khatkova “LET Medical”