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dig·i·ta·tion

 (dĭj′ĭ-tā′shən)
n.
1. Division into fingerlike parts.
2. A fingerlike part or process.
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dig·i·ta·tion

n. digitación, proceso en forma de dedos.
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% Complaint (&&) Impaired contrast emptying 101 82.11 ODS Rectocele <2 cm 41 33.33 Split evacuation/ digitation >2 cm 33 26.82 POP 49 39.83 Prolapse sensation Uncompliant rectum 40 32.52 Urgency Anastomotic stricture/granuloma 35 28.45 Pain Nonrelaxing puborectalis muscle 24 19.51 Tenesmus Intussusception 15 12.19 Incomplete evacuation Rectal pocket 7 5.69 Fecal blockade Anal sphincter damage/scarring 6 4.87 Incontinence Rectovaginal fistula 2 1.62 Passage of air/ discharge Diverting colostomy 1 0.81 Prior pelvic sepsis (&) More than one finding for patient; (&&) occurring >60% of times.
The membranes were incubated with primary antibodies, including anti-Nrf2 (1: 1000), anti-HO-1 (1: 1000), anti-pNF-[kappa]B (1:1000), anti-COX-II (1:1000), anti-i-NOS (1:1000), anti-Lamin B (1:2000), or anti-[beta]-actin (1:2000), for 3.5 h at room temperature or overnight at 4[degrees]C, with slight digitation. After washing the membranes three times with TBS/T for 10 min each time, the membranes were treated with secondary antibodies, including horseradish peroxidase (HRP)-conjugated anti-rabbit, anti-goat, or anti-mouse-immunoglobulin G, for 2 h at room temperature.
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Rectocele is mechanical obstructed defecation, incomplete emptying, trapping of stool, straining and digitation. Fecal incontinence leads to post defaecatory.
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