jejunal


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Related to jejunal: Jejunal atresia
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je·ju·nal

a. yeyunal, rel. al yeyuno.

jejunal

adj yeyunal
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The mucosal supernatants were analyzed for contents of MDA and antioxidant indices were measured in mucosal supernatants and secretory immunoglobulin A (SIgA), CD4, and CD8 molecules were quantified in jejunal extracts.
A Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy with Jejunal Extension (PEG-J) is contraindicated with lack of transillumination/positive needle aspiration test; intestinal obstruction; sepsis; peritonitis; serious coagulation disorders; ascites; and neoplastic, inflammatory, and infiltrative diseases of the gastric and abdominal walls.
There are only a few documented cases of retrograde jejunal intussusceptions caused by feeding tubes.
Midline laparotomy revealed generalised purulent free fluid and a large jejunal diverticulum measuring 140mm in diameter at the mesenteric border of jejunum, 30cm from the duodenal-jejunal flexure (Fig.
Bilioenteric continuity is then reestablished with a Roux-en-Y jejunal limb.
In a retrocolic approach, the surgeon has to create an opening in the transverse mesocolon to bring the alimentary jejunal limb to the upper abdomen.
Various factors have been implicated, such as hyperacidity, long afferent loop, jejunal spasm with abnormal motility, increased intra-abdominal pressure, retrograde peristalsis, etc.
Gender influence on jejunal migrating motor complex.
Although a series reported that 6 patients with CHIKV infection had perforated jejunal diverticula while receiving longterm nonsteroidal antiinlammatory drugs and steroids (7), the perforations were likely secondary to prolonged steroid use rather than CHIKV infection.
The tube was then placed through a gastrotomy made in the stomach, and the jejunal limb was fed distally into the duodenum and jejunum.
Jejunal mucosal perfusion is calculated as the product of jejunal mucosal haematocrit and red blood cell velocity, both of which are measured variables.
Gastric lavage was attempted using inappropriately high volumes and concentrations of sodium bicarbonate in this newborn with undiagnosed jejunal atresia.