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A mong infants and toddlers with chronic frequent loose stool, normal frequent and loose stool (NFLS) is more common than diarrheal illness with dehydration and nutritional deficiency (DIDN). To identify more objective factors for differentiating between NFLS and DIDN is important. The frequency, mucus content, and microbiological findings of stools, as well as diaper dermatitis are not important factors to significantly differentiate the groups. Instead, a failure to gain weight, fever,doi:10.5124/jkma.2012.55.6.539 fatcat:boygd6zmgrd3djrtqmm53exppi