Intestinal canal

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Same as Intestine, n.

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References in classic literature ?
After a slow and tiresome march through a long, gloomy corridor, which wound through the court-house like the intestinal canal of the ancient edifice, he arrived near a low door, opening upon a hall which his lofty stature permitted him to survey with a glance over the waving heads of the rabble.
Next, a 5-cm incision was made in the left lower quadrant for tumor resection, and the intestinal canal was cut 10 cm above the tumor after the colon was pulled out of the incision.
An ultrasound knife was used to remove intestinal canal, dissociate mesocolon, and interrupt mesenterium at grade II vascular arch to ensure the dissociative colon had no tension when being pulled through.