William Client: 77 years old, athletic male (tennis player), 190 lbs, rarely ill, healthy appetite, nonsmoker, no medications.
Complaint: bowel obstruction requiring hospitalization twice, unable to void bowel, has been losing weight and muscle mass over the last few months even though activity has been the same.
Symptoms: intense bowel cramping, unable to keep down even water. With hospitalization, it took several days to clear obstructions. William was provided fluids and medications via an IV drip. An antibacterial medication, cephalexin, was administered prophylactically.
Medical Findings: no conclusive cause found; biopsy taken during abdominal diagnostic laparoscopy provided no additional information.
[A diagnostic laparoscopy is a type of surgical procedure that is used to look inside the body at abdominal and reproductive organs.
The procedure uses a laparoscope — a thin tube similar to a telescope — that is passed through a small incision (cut) in the abdominal wall. In William’s case three, one-inch small incisions were made through the stomach muscles.
A vocal analysis done the day after William’s surgery revealed these muscles as stressed: transverse abdominis, rectus abdominis and externus abdominis: plus biomarker correlations indicated inflammation from leaky gut as a root cause.
Mucin, a key protein that functions to lubricate inner bowel walls, was associated. A Keynote summary of Williams’s vocal print indicated Mucin – from a leaky gut template – as a potential culprit of his bowel stress.
The template identified Pancreatic Lipase as a possible enzyme involved.
BioAcoustic Muscle Maintenance Report for William after surgery