gastroenteric


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gas·tro·en·ter·ic

 (găs′trō-ĕn-tĕr′ĭk)
adj.
Relating to the gastrointestinal tract.

gastroenteric

(ˌɡæstrəʊɛnˈtɛrɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) another word for gastrointestinal
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Environmental monitoring for gastroenteric viruses in a pediatric primary immunodeficiency unit.
Traditionally, it has been used for centuries to prevent and treat gastroenteric disorders, diarrhea, hemorrhage, cancer, and other illnesses.
It is popular in oriental countries such as China, Korea, and Japan for many years to treat various diseases, such as gastroenteric disorders, inflammation, tumors and lymphatic diseases (Chou et al.
We hypothesized that the MLB1-like astrovirus was the causative agent of the acute gastroenteric disease observed in the child, because this virus was the only infectious agent identified in samples from this patient.
The high volume of gastroenteric cases reported to Toronto Public Health (TPH) requires that disease investigations of foodborne agents be prioritized through a risk-based system.
2009) that were responsible for several outbreaks of shellfish-related gastroenteric food poisoning in humans (Potasman et al.
Very recently my husband of 78 years suffered an acute gastroenteric condition which led to the local practice nurse arranging an ambulance to transport him to James Cook Hospital.
Air pollution, aeroallergens, and emergency room visits for acute respiratory diseases and gastroenteric disorders among young children in six Italian cities.
Gastroenteric inflammation in children with ulcerative colitis.
TB peritonitis is notoriously difficult to diagnose: the textbook clinical picture of peritonitis in the presence of pulmonary tuberculosis is not often seen, because commonly these patients have tuberculosis of the gastroenteric tract only--often of the bovine type.